04 May 2018
Groups and individuals who have made a difference through heritage projects in Scotland are invited to enter the Scottish Heritage Angel Awards as the scheme returns for its fourth year.
Nominations are now open to find those ‘Angels’ who have played a special part in caring for, recording and celebrating the nation’s historic environment.
The 2017 awards honoured a range of projects across Scotland, from the restoration of the Grade A-listed former office of the Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Company in Govan, led by Govan Workspace, to the full-scale reconstruction of an Iron Age roundhouse in Dumfries and Galloway by the Whithorn Trust.
The awards scheme is open to groups, individuals, volunteers and professionals across Scotland, with entrants having until 29 June 2018 to submit their nominations.
This year the awards ceremony will take place in Glasgow for the first time, with the eventual winners to be crowned at Glasgow City Chambers on 22 October 2018.
Launched in 2014 and funded by the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation (ALWF), and run by the Scottish Civic Trust in partnership with Historic Environment Scotland (HES) and Archaeology Scotland, the Scottish Heritage Angel Awards seek to celebrate both groups and individuals who have gone above and beyond in their efforts to promote, protect and, in many cases, rescue Scotland’s heritage.
How to enter
For full details on how to enter the 2018 Scottish Heritage Angel Awards, nominate someone else for an award, or find out about our previous winners, visit the website.