“Inclusive and accessible funding for communities and organisations looking to engage with, preserve and protect our historic environment is vital.” Neil Gray, Culture Minister in the Scottish Government
Scotland Sends Humanitarian Aid To Ukraine: Slava Ukraini
It was on 24th of February 2022 that Russian forces invaded the independent nation of Ukraine.
Share Your Views On Heritage
“We have a rich vibrant heritage in Scotland and it’s important that everyone has a chance to contribute to how we care for, protect and promote our historic environment for future generations to enjoy.” Neil Gray Culture Minister
Words Matter: “No one puts their children in a boat unless the water is safer than the land.”
Words matter. Especially those used by people who have power and influence. Those words should be truthful and honest.
Fara Homecoming September Shows
“We’ve got some special guests joining us and we can’t wait to perform in the place that inspires so much of our music.” Catriona Price
Ukraine: “Scotland is your home and will be for as long as you need it to be.”
It’s an incredible story of a people determined to retain the independence of the country.
Funding for Charities Working in Somalia and Ethiopia: Scotland’s Humanitarian Fund
“The Scottish Government is committed to fulfilling its role as a responsible and compassionate global citizen and this aid from our Humanitarian Emergency Fund will provide essential help to those in desperate need.” – Neil Gray, The Scottish Government’s International Development Minister
Scotland’s Ukrainian Super Sponsor Scheme Paused for 3 Months
A total of 21,256 visas have been issued naming a Scottish sponsor – more than 20% of the UK total, and the highest number per head of population in the UK.
Scotland Sends More Medical Supplies to #Ukraine
More than 130,000 items urgently requested by the Ukrainian Government and donated by NHS Scotland will be flown from Stansted Airport to Poland on Sunday for onward transport to Ukraine.