Stoneyburn Community Education Association


Stoneyburn Fitness Suite

The residents of Stoneyburn and surrounding areas are now benefiting from the new Fitness Suite.  Thanks to funding from the Levenseat Trust  £14,735 has been spent on new equipment for the Fitness Suite which will enhance the facilities at the Stoneyburn Community Centre and help to improve the health and wellbeing of all members of the community.

The Haven, Forth

The Haven

The Haven

The Directors of The Levenseat Trust were delighted to provide the major funding for the new Haven project.  The worthiness of this new purpose built facility allowed the Directors to agree to make the largest funding award in the history of The Levenseat Trust in the sum of £340,000.  The total project total was £509,000. Located in the village of Forth the facility will provide much needed services to all surrounding local communities of Clydesdale and the Breich Valley and the directors are sure that all the end users will appreciate their new surroundings.

Auchengray Church Centre Trust

Auchengray Church Centre Trust

The people of Auchengray and surrounding areas are now benefiting from the refurbishment of the windows at their Church Centre thanks to help from The Levenseat Trust who contributed £36,500 towards the £60,226 total for this restoration project.

Fauldhouse to Longridge Missing Link Cycle/Footpath


Fauldhouse to Longridge cycle/footpath

The Villages of Fauldhouse and Longridge are now benefiting from the new path/cycleway which was created with help from The Levenseat Trust. The total Project costs was over £155,000 with The Trust contributing £46,000.  The residents can now walk in complete safety between the two villages.

Forth Masonic Hall


Forth Masonic Hall

The residents of Forth are now benefiting from the disabled lift which has been installed in the Forth Masonic Hall allowing visitors to access the main hall without any difficulty. £58,608 was awarded by The Levenseat Trust for this Project which was 100% of the funding.

Woolford Village Hall, Carpark


Woolfords Village Hall Carpark

Woolfords Village Hall Carpark has had an upgrade due to part funding from The Levenseat Trust.  The Trust contributed £15,000, 50% of required funding, towards the refurbishment and are very pleased with the outcome. Members of the community are delighted with it.

Greenburn Golf Club


Greenburn Golf Club

Thanks to a grant from The Levenseat Trust Greenburn Golf Club greens and fairways have never looked so good! Instead of spending half their time keeping the machines running they are now able to concentrate on keeping the course in first class condition. £27,484.85 of funding to purchase the new tractor and triple mower was provided for this project from the Trust.

Stoneyburn Bowling Club’s Facelift

Stoneyburn Bowling Club

Stoneyburn Bowling Club

Thanks to grants supplied by The Levenseat Trust, Stoneyburn Bowling Club has been able to carry out extensive improvements to the exterior of their building and gardens over the last two years. Previous projects include, exterior paintwork, installation of energy efficient windows & doors, works to the footpaths and the provision of a sensory garden.  The last part of the improvements was the new roof and tidy up at the rear of the building. These works were completed at the beginning of May and the members are all happy with the outcome. £28,000 of funding was provided for these projects from the Trust.

The Before and After at Woolfords Hall


Woolfords Hall before and after. Photograph courtesy of WAT-IF!

Thanks to grants supplied by The Levenseat Trust, Woolfords Village Hall got the facelift it so needed and deserved. The hall underwent an extensive refurbishment to both the inside and out. These works were completed at the beginning of November 2014 and all members of the community are delighted with it. £33,383 of funding was provided for this project from the Trust.

Braehead Village Hall Refurbishment

Braehead Hall

Braehead Hall. Photographs courtesy of South Lanarkshire Council

Thanks to grants from The Levenseat Trust and other funders, Braehead Village Hall has had an extensive makeover. The council owned hall has had £150,000 spent on this upgrade with £71,000 coming from The Levenseat Trust. It benefited from an upgraded roof, a new energy efficient heating system, upgraded kitchen and toilet facilities, decorated community and lesser halls and the exterior of the building painted.