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Funding

Twenty-One Local Groups Benefit from Wind Farm Community Fund

Last month, funding worth a total of £45,229.39 was awarded to a range of local groups and projects in the area of benefit of the Meikle Carewe Wind Farm Community Fund.

RES, a leading independent renewable energy developer, established the Meikle Carewe Windfarm Community Benefit Fund to support local groups and projects. Funding is available for the benefit of not-for-profit groups and organisations in the Community Council areas of Crathes, Drumoak & Durris, Newtonhill, Muchalls & Cammachmore, North Kincardine Rural, Portlethen & District and Stonehaven & District.  Administered by Kincardineshire Development Partnership (KDP), applications to the fund are assessed by a Decision-Making Panel made up of representatives from all five Community Council areas.  The fund is available annually for the lifetime of the wind farm.

Successful applicants this round were:

Crathes, Drumoak & Durris Community Council - £5040; Drumoak & Durris Community Group - £3500; Maryculter Community Hall Association - £4450; Cookney Public Hall - £1197: Banchory-Devenick Parent Council - £2500; Maryculter Woodlands Trust - £1250; Jubilee Hall - £1600; Kincardine & Mearns Citizens Advice Bureau - £1000; 1297 Stonehaven Squadron Air Training Corps - £1660; Stonehaven Folk Festival - £1104; Stonehaven Fireballs Association - £ 1209.96; The Larder & Covid Support Group - £3348; 3rd Stonehaven Brownies - £1000; Stonehaven & District Floral Art Club - £1540; 865 (Portlethen) Squadron ATC - £3113.43; Portlethen & District Voluntary Community Ambulance - £2500; K&M Youth Clubs - £1037; Kincardine & Deeside Befriending - £3000; Mearns Singers - £750: Panthers Basketball Club - £1280 and Edinburgh Science Foundation - £3150.

Funding worth a total of £15,218.43 was awarded in May to a range of local groups and projects from the St John’s Hill Wind Farm Community Fund.  

Quintas Energy, a leading independent renewable energy developer, established the St John’s Hill Windfarm Community Benefit Fund to support local groups and projects. Funding is available for the benefit of not-for-profit groups and organisations in the Community Council areas of Arbuthnott and Catterline, Kinneff and Dunnottar. Administered by Kincardineshire Development Partnership (KDP), applications to the fund are assessed by a Decision-Making Panel made up of representatives from both Community Council areas, and local representatives.  The fund is available annually for the lifetime of the wind farm.

Successful applicants this round included Arbuthnott Community Association, Arbuthnott Community Council, Friends of the Grassic Gibbon Centre, Catterline Community Church, Catterline Scottish Women's Institute, Kinneff Old Church Preservation Trust Ltd, Kinneff & Catterline Parish Hall Committee and St Philip's Episcopal Church.

KDP is delighted to share the 2022 Annual Report for the St John's Hill Community Fund.

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KDP is delighted to share the 2020/2021 Annual Report for the St John's Hill Community Fund.

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Download this file (2021 - St Johns Hill Report.pdf)2021 - St Johns Hill Report.pdf 285 kB

KDP is delighted to share the 2021 Annual Report for the Hillhead of Auquhirie Community Fund.

 

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Download this file (2021 - Hillhead of Auquhirie Report .pdf)2021 - Hillhead of Auquhirie Report .pdf 398 kB

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