How to enter
THE NOMINATION PROCESS IS NOW CLOSED. THE DEADLINE WAS 12 AUGUST 2016.
Nominations for Scottish Heritage Angel Awards can be made for individuals or groups. The winning individuals and/or groups are the ‘Angels’. However, we recognise that, in most cases, nominations will be made in connection with a heritage project of some kind.
- Please read the Rules and Terms and Conditions before making your nomination.
- Download the Application Form.
- Please return your application form by email or post to the address below:
Scottish Heritage Angel Awards
c/o SCOTTISH CIVIC TRUST
The Tobacco Merchant’s House
42 Miller Street
GLASGOW G1 1DT
Tel: 0141 221 1466
If you have any queries about the Scottish Heritage Angel Awards please contact us at the address above.
The awards categories are listed below.
CATEGORY A: INVESTIGATING AND RECORDING
Volunteer/community-based projects recording local history and heritage.
Examples: projects such as recording of churchyards; landscape surveys; analysis of old architectural drawings.
CATEGORY B: CARING AND PROTECTING
Volunteer-led involvement in saving/restoring heritage sites and buildings
Examples: building restoration projects that have relied on, benefited from or significantly involved volunteers; or community development trust-led heritage projects
CATEGORY C: SHARING AND CELEBRATING
Volunteer-led projects promoting local history, architecture and archaeology
Examples: Volunteers or voluntary groups working across a range of projects, this could include interpretation boards; heritage trails; websites; virtual access projects. Projects helping to encourage wider engagement and interest in Scottish local heritage.
CATEGORY D: YOUNG HERITAGE ANGEL AWARD
Best contribution by young people to a heritage project
Examples: projects such as training of young people through fieldwork; heritage skills acquired then employed by young people; young people involved in conserving heritage; young people involved in interpreting/communicating heritage.
CATEGORY E: LIFETIME CONTRIBUTION TO THE HISTORIC ENVIRONMENT
For individuals nominated by local groups and communities.
This category is to celebrate and recognise the work of individuals and the lifetime contribution that they have made to the wider benefit of Scotland’s historic environment in a mainly voluntary capacity. Local groups and communities are encouraged to nominate a person that they think should be awarded for their commitment and dedication.