We would like to be able to improve our environment by painting the railings along the seafront, refurbishing the shelter walls at the Old Quay (we have already installed a new roof and flooring but it sadly needs repainting due to it's exposed position) and tidy up the Old Quay area and slipway near the Marina. We would like to add some catchy anti dog fouling signs! We hold an annual Gala and raise funds which go towards helping local activities - most recent being new Christmas Lights.
They do a great job
small communities matter. it matters to the locals and visitors alike that their surroundings are cared for, by making the best effort possible to enhance the village. 👀
The Port Gala is a seminal annual event on Bute. The Port needs a bit of TLC to improve the setting for the event, and this idea for improvement is very welcome.
This group have made such a difference to their village and need support to enhance it further.
We badly need to carry out these repairs and improvements to attract visitors to our Village, this will encourage businesses to set up, flourish and provide employment.
Wouldn’t it be great to paint the railings in nice bright colours? My childhood home 💗 Best of Luck with the grant 🍀🍀🍀
Beautiful part of Bute, let's keep it that way
They do a great job!
Port Bannatyne needs this grant to keep improving local facilities and to further enhance this pretty village. There’s a great sense of community here and that should be recognised and supported.
Trying to preserve and enhance the area along with providing social oppotunities can only be a good thing. 👍
The gala group do great work and keep our community alive.
As a visitor to Bute from Ireland I think this is a terrific incentive that I'm sure would be appreciated by all tourists along with the local community.
The Port is very special and full of people who care deeply about improving and regenerating our village.. Support and show how much YOU care.
They do a great job keeping the Port looking great and also giving us the Gala day for all
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