Final call for volunteers to enter Heritage Awards

Time is running out for volunteer groups and individuals throughout Scotland to enter the very first Scottish Heritage Angel Awards.

Princes St gardens, Edinburgh. Image: MorgueFile
Princes St gardens, Edinburgh. Image: MorgueFile

The awards celebrate those who contribute to Scotland’s historic environment, either as volunteers or through community groups.

Entry is free but must be completed by 30 June. Winners will be announced on 28 September.

The awards will also help to support the delivery of the Historic Environment Strategy for Scotland;Our Place in Time, which places a strong focus on community participation and engagement in heritage.


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