AHF-supported projects win at the Scottish Heritage Angel Awards

logoHeritage volunteers from across Scotland gathered at Glasgow’s City Chambers on Monday 22nd October as the winners of the fourth Scottish Heritage Angel Awards were revealed.

The Architectural Heritage Fund (AHF) writes:

Heritage volunteers from across Scotland gathered at Glasgow’s City Chambers on Monday 22nd October as the winners of the fourth Scottish Heritage Angel Awards were revealed.  Showcasing a range of diverse heritage projects across the country, three AHF clients were amongst the winners. These included:

  • Dunoon Burgh Hall – for the Best Rescue of a Historic Building or Place (for projects under £2m)
  • Campbeltown Picture House – for the Best Rescue of a Historic Building or Place (for projects over £2m)
  • Kirkmichael Trust – for Best Heritage Research, Interpretation or Recording – involving the rescue and display of ornate medieval stone crosses of Kirkmichael and nearby Cullicudden.

The Scottish Heritage Angel Awards are delivered in partnership between the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation, the Scottish Civic Trust, Historic Environment Scotland and Archaeology Scotland. The Scottish Civic Trust is the main delivery partner. The awards programme supports the delivery of Scotland’s Historic Environment Strategy, Our Place in Time, with its strong emphasis on community participation in heritage.

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