The Cumbrae WAVE couldn’t secure a CAT of the former National Watersport Center, as a result the charity will be made dormant.
The Isle of Cumbrae has a lot to offer and is a great place for new community development opportunities.
National Watersport Center for sale.
From creation to business plan, including community consultations and survey results, a summary of the project.
Feedback following the community meeting / workshop organised by The Cumbrae WAVE on the 24th of May 2022.
The Isle of Cumbrae has been selected for the Carbon Neutral Islands project, to be one of the six Scottish islands to become carbon neutral by 2040.
The Cumbrae WAVE is holding a workshop, open for all, on the 24th of May to present the status of the project to acquire the Watersports centre for the community and to discuss the future developments of the charity.
The Cumbrae WAVE launches its first website as a charity organisation.
The Cumbrae WAVE is registered as a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO) under the OSCR registration number SC051547.
The Cumbrae WAVE has applied to a Repurposing Land Grant (up to £25,000) in order to cover the cost of feasibility studies.
The Cumbrae WAVE hires a Project Development Officer, supported by North Ayrshire Venture Trust.
Outdoor night swim event during Millport Illuminations.
North Ayrshire Venture Funds had been allocated to The Cumbrae WAVE to cover the cost of a part time Project Development Officer for 2 years (total amount £30,000).
The Cumbrae WAVE first community consultation has resulted in 373 responses with over 97% in support of the Community Asset Transfer of the National Watersports Centre, and in excess of 70 offering volunteer support.
North Ayrshire funds have been allocated to The Cumbrae WAVE for start-up expenses (£1,5k).
The first Business Plan has been put together and an executive summary has been sent to SportScotland.