Midlothian Bursary

Charities and local groups in Midlothian, applied for a share of the 2018 CALA Community Bursary

We are pleased to announce the following worthwhile causes have been selected to receive funding from our 2018 Community Bursary:

Roslin and Bilston Community First Responders 
Penicuik Community First Responders
Midlothian Young People's Awards
Dalkeith Midlothian Kinship Carers
Food Facts Friends Project
Roslin Bowling Community Club
Sweet Dignity Clothing Library
Lothian Sound
Roslin Family Fun Day
Beeslack Life Saving Club
Edinburgh College Development Trust
Lost Garden of Penicuik
Midlothian Group Police Scotland Youth Volunteers

We would like to thank everyone who took the time to apply and congratulate them all on the significant contribution they are making to their local community.

Scroll to find out more about the bursary helped charities and local groups in your area in 2017.

Friends of the River Tyne's objectives are to provide recreational facilities, educational support and to improve the conditions of the River Tyne, ensuring that it remains a valued asset for local people and tourists.

The group received £1,000, which was put towards essential supplies for the clean up of the river.