The challenge facing most of Scotland’s rural and island communities is one of depopulation as people move into urban settings.
“The Historic Environment Recovery Fund is open to any organisation which works to ensure Scotland’s historic environment is understood, valued, cared for and enjoyed, and it may be possible for some organisations to apply to more than one funding stream.”
Applications have opened for grassroots music venues across Scotland through the Scottish Government’s Grassroots Music Venues Stabilisation Fund.
“Over 98% of all businesses in Scotland have less than 50 employees so it is critically important that they can re-open as soon as it is safe to do so.”
A hotel developer’s plan to build on the site has sparked a search for new premises.
The Scottish Government’s Rural Tourism Infrastructure Fund (RTIF) , administered by VisitScotland has £3million available in this latest round of funding.
“We all need to show our support to keep this vital venue going.”
Worldwide rising sea levels, soaring temperatures and increasing extreme weather events place cultural heritage on the front line of climate change.
Local MSP David Stewart, Labour has pressed on with his campaign over the loss of the music and event venue The Ironworks in Inverness.
Stromness, Orkney is to host the important Scotland/Arctic Conference.