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Local school projects land support from FlightPath Fund

Local school projects land support from FlightPath Fund

The FlightPath Fund has awarded almost £3,500 so far this year to several neighbouring primary schools and early learning and childcare centres (ELCC).

The schools and centres are based in the four local authority areas of Renfrewshire, Glasgow, East Dunbartonshire and West Dunbartonshire supported by the FlightPath Fund.

Meadowburn ELCC in Bishopbriggs was awarded £500 for woodwork equipment which forms part of the centre’s wider science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) project.

Torrance Primary School was given £300 for five planters for an outdoor kitchen garden, while Bearsden ELCC received £660 for a literacy storage shed to support the centre’s garden development project.

Glenburn ELCC in Paisley landed £250 to help buy raised beds and a mud hut for the centre’s sensory garden, while Knightswood Primary was awarded £550 to purchase an outdoor metal storage shed for the school’s infant playground project.

Finally, Thorn Primary School in Johnstone was awarded £1,200 to buy STEM-related engineering kits and coding resources.

An awards package of £120,000 has been made available this year to projects and groups of all sizes based in each of the four local authorities supported by Glasgow Airport’s FlightPath Fund.

So far this year over £31,000 has been allocated to 32 groups, clubs, charities and community organisations across the four local authorities.

The Fund’s committee is urging neighbouring groups and organisations to submit applications and is also keen to support sustainability-themed projects aimed at improving the environment in the communities local to the airport.

Passengers who travel through the airport also play a part in supporting the work of the FlightPath Fund via the numerous donation globes placed throughout the terminal. In the first half of the year over £8,100 was collected from the globes.

To find out more about applying for funding support, visit: www.glasgowairport.com/community and download the application form and our funding guidelines.

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