header image

standrewscommunitytrust

Scottish Charity No. SC043010

Summary of Monitoring Forms at Meeting on 7 June 2018 - 20/07/2018

Summary of Monitoring Forms at Meeting on 7 June 2018

The Trustees require successful applicants to complete a Monitoring Form on completion of the funded project to ensure that funds are used for the purposes that they were awarded.

A summary of the Monitoring Forms reviewed at the meeting on 7th June 2018 is given 

Summary of Monitoring Forms at Meeting on 7 June 2018

The Trustees require successful applicants to complete a Monitoring Form on completion of the funded project to ensure that funds are used for the purposes that they were awarded.

A summary of the Monitoring Forms reviewed at the meeting on 7th June 2018 is given below:-

 

1. St Andrews Guides

Job estimates highlighted further work that needed doing —Isolation switch, new RCD split board, EICR report.

Safety and Security of premises much improved.

 

2. East Fife Triathlon Club Juniors

Thanks to your funding we have now established ourselves at the East Sands Leisure Centre in St Andrews. We have around 40 children attending each week and the clubs reputation has grow exponentially. None of this would have been possible without your funding, I cannot thank you enough. 

 

3. St Andrews in Bloom

Purchase and installation of planters was successful and has 

improved the state of the memorial. The water bowser has made watering the baskets and tubs around the town easier.Thank you for your continued support.

 

4. Pilgrim Care

Pilgrim Care purchased a Lenova Yoga 510 14” laptop with ant-virus software, Microsoft Office and case. This has been used extensively and is also being used to present presentations of the work of Pilgrim Care. 

 

5. City of St Andrews Pipe Band

The people in the teaching programmes in the band will benefits will the public at the various events at which we play. Cost of school tuition is now above the means of many parents and hall hire costs continue to rise so your help with uniforms and equipment is greatly needed and appreciated.

 

6. Kinburn Bowling Club

Everything went well.
The Club will benefit and may be able to attract new members. Will also be more attractive for visitors etc. to the town 

This had been an outstanding success and we very grateful to the Trust for your support. 

 

7. St Andrews Coastal Rowing

Gazebo was ready for first regatta of the season. It will provide shelter for many years to come. Thank you for the grant.

 

8. SAMS

Audience response to the show was excellent.  It was a show that required good dancing and singing form the main characters and we managed to find members who could rise to the occasion.  Overall 67 people (all ages, and both town and gown) were involved in developing and staging the show.  Many of these will have developed new skills and a greater confidence in performing and operating complex technical equipment in the theatre which we will be able to draw on in future productions

 

9. St Andrews Angling Club

The shed is now completely re-roofed and the electrics are safe and some repairs to the jetty have been carried out. 

The doors to the shed need to be completely rebuilt to give full security the  Clubs equipmen

 

10. East Fife & Scooniehill RDA

Since August 2017 we have had 137 riding sessions with 486 rides and 45 volunteers. Our enthusiastic coaches have extended the scope of the riding sessions, tailoring the sessions to our riders' needs and abilities, while continuing to challenge the riders and develop their skills. And also having lots of fun! Many thanks to the Community Trust for their continued support. 

 

11. St Andrews Sailing Club

The purchase of the RIB was straightforward. Members, who are of all ages and backgrounds from St Andrews and neighbouring communities, will benefit. Sailing is a good way for people of all ages to stay active and healthy and requires the presence of one or more safety boats. Skills training provided by the Club includes driving powerboats (a prerequisite for safety boat duty). The Club regularly participates in the national RYA 'Push the Boat Out' day designed to encourage wider access and the new RIB will be on duty at the next PTBO day on 26.05.18

 

12. St Andrews BID—Clean & Green

Visually the town has already improved. Vermin now have restricted access to waste especially at Bruce Embankment and the Abbey end of South Street and at the War Memorial in North Street. Rubbish can now not be blown out of bins during adverse weather

The Council Refuse Operatives have also reported improved rubbish containment within the new bins with less mess on the floor.

 

13. Leuchers Community Council

The entire project went extremely well. The entire Community benefited including
the local businesses. The village sparkled from the 1st Dec into January and made the village very festive. The Switch On was an outstanding success even although it clashed with celebrations in St Andrews - there have never been so many people turn out to an Event in the village which made it even more special and well worth all the hard work in the previous months.