Covid 19 Community Grants Scheme for Broomhouse, Sighthill & Parkhead


SPACE and the Broomhouse Hub were delighted to be awarded £15,000 from the Scottish Government’s Supporting Communities Fund via The National Lottery Community Fund, to distribute small grants (between £250-£1000) to organisations, projects, individual volunteers and community groups in the Broomhouse, Sighthill & Parkhead area.

These grants are in place to support people in the community in response to Covid-19 to provide:

  • Children and young persons activities
  • Community Food Support
  • Improved Communication
  • Reduction in Social Isolation
  • Reduction in Digital Exclusion


We’re delighted to announce the groups who will be receiving funds towards their Covid-19 recovery projects-

Congratulations to all these worthy projects who will use the grants to supporting local people in Broomhouse, Sighthill and Parkhead:


  • Broomhouse Primary School & Parents Group – Creating a safe. welcoming parent & family room within the school
  • City Star Majorettes –Providing extra pompoms for their members
  • Community One Stop Shop – To provide food supplies for different cultures and literature in non-English languages
  • AbilityNet – Combating digital exclusion
  • Broomhouse Community Growers – Providing raised bed and seed kits for homes
  • B healthy together – Providing health & well-being kits
  • St Augustine’s Rugby Club – For additional sports equipment
  • Stenhouse Primary School & Parents Group– Providing school uniforms to pupils
  • St David’s Toddler Group – Creating leaflets and posters to inform families about services that are available
  • Broomhouse Youth team – Producing face coverings
  • St Joseph’s Primary School & Parents Group– Supporting families in need of food and household essential
  • Murrayburn Primary School– Progressing their science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Maths programme