Scottish Heritage Angel Awards
The Scottish Heritage Angel Awards celebrate individual contributions to heritage across the country. The Awards were established by the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation in 2014, and open for applications in late Summer, with the Scottish Awards ceremony taking place annually in October.
The Awards celebrate the efforts of people who go to extraordinary lengths to protect, save, record and share their local heritage. They recognise people who champion their local historic environment, as well as developing and practising traditional building skills. They also celebrate young people, recognising their efforts to learn about heritage.
The Awards have five categories:Best Rescue of an Historic Building or Place – under £2million Best Rescue of an Historic Building or Place – over £2million Best Contribution to a Heritage Project by Young People Best Craftsperson or Apprentice on a Heritage Rescue or Repair Project Best Heritage Research, Interpretation or Recording
If you know of someone who is a Heritage Angel, take a look at the application form at our dedicated website: www.scottishheritageangelawards.org.uk, and look out for announcements across social media for when we open again for applications!
Your project might also be eligible for our My Place Awards, which open annually in January – find out more information here: My Place Awards.