Clyde Borders

Through our Clyde Borders wind farm we make around £125,000 per year available for community and charitable projects. Over its lifetime we expect to invest around £4million in local projects.

Clyde Borders 

PROJECTS FUNDED IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS:  

  • Tweedsmuir Community Council £2,323 for a Snow Blower.
  • Broughton Primary Parent Council £1,170 to help with Speedy Spikes Running Club costs.
  • Tweedsmuir Community Council £69,000 towards the superfast broadband project.
  • Broughton Village Hall £25,000 for roof repairs.
  • Drumelzier Recreation Hall £750 for exterior painting.
  • Tweedsmuir Village Hall £10,000 for Car Park repair and expansion.
  • Skirling Village Hall £24,818.40 to insulate the hall roof.

Project Eligibility

The community fund can support projects which:

  • enhance quality of life for local residents
  • contribute to vibrant, healthy, successful and sustainable communities
  • promote community spirit and encourage community activity

Projects in the following community council areas can apply:

  • Upper Tweed
  • Tweedsmuir
  • Skirling

You can find out who is eligible to apply here

Fund Timetable

Application deadlines:

  • 2nd February 2020
  • 19th April 2020
  • 12th July 2020
  • 25th October 2020

How to apply

The Application Form and Guidelines are available to download below:

Application form
Guidelines

GUIDELINES FOR THE FUNDS ADMINISTERED BY COMMUNITY COUNCILS

Micro Grant Guidelines
Youth Bursary Guidelines

Contact details

For more information on this fund please contact:

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Gareth Shields

Community Investment Manager

Tel: 0141 224 7712

Email: gareth.shields@sse.com