Where Can The Money Go? Erskine, Inchinnan, Bishopton & Langbank

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The projects in this area are:


Erskine Youth Council

EYC's December to Remember - £1600

EYC hosts December to Remember in Erskine.  These events will take place on the 10th and 18th of December. 12-18-year-olds can take part in gingerbread house and Christmas jumper design workshops, followed by a festive movie night.  8-12-year-olds can take part in Elf School to Graduate as a fully qualified Elf! Activities include wrapping paper battles, Christmas tattoos, party games and dancing! There will also be an appearance from Santa.


Fusion Youth Ministries

Erskine community fireworks display - £2700

Whether you are from Erskine itself or the surrounding villages there is one thing you look forward to after every year and that it is the Erskine fireworks show. A night filled with wonder and awe, with beautiful colours and loud bangs, with the best local food and traybakes around, it is truly a great night. Bring your family and friends to come and join us at Erskine's fireworks display and spend the whole year waiting for the next.



Cultural Fusion - £2500

Help young people from the School of African Cultures create a shared cultural heritage to help them bond with members of the wider community and create a sense of belonging through a project that researches the history of local and African print and borrows inspiration from other cultures to create a contemporary print.



Inspiring Connections - £2500

A great opportunity to remove barriers to awareness, participation, engagement, employment and up-skilling for young people and families from diverse ethnic communities particularly those from African backgrounds in and around Renfrewshire by improving access and support to information and opportunities on modern apprenticeship opportunities to take part in the Duke of Edinburgh award.


Renfrew Town Sea Scouts

Project young leader - £2700

Renfrew Town Sea Scouts offer kayaking and sailing activities.  We do this at minimal cost and supply all members with safety equipment. As part of our development, we are training all of our young leaders (18 - 25) in kayaking, dinghy instructing and safety boating. This will allow us to train future generations of 10-16-year-old scouts and explorers in house and at minimal cost whilst maintaining our investment in community activities.


St Mirren Youth Football Association

Celebrating the Tyres Project - £2700

The Club helps deliver & support the physical activity of young people, using football as the vehicle to drive & improve the health & mental wellbeing of over 250 young grassroots players, from across Renfrewshire’s least advantaged, left behind & most deprived areas & beyond. The Club has been a Scottish Registered Charity & Scottish FA Quality Mark Partner Club for over a decade. The Club is getting back to pre-COVID delivery of activities.