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£2.6M FOR SCOTLAND'S HISTORIC BUILDINGS

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A grants package of£2,674,060 to repair Scotland's historic buildings has been announced today by the Earl of Lind...
A grants package of £2,674,060 to repair Scotland's historic buildings has been announced today by the Earl of Lindsay, minister for the environment and built heritage at the Scottish office.

Lord Lindsay announced the grants during a visit to category B-listed Hamilton Baths, Hamilton, which will receive £74,800 towards the cost of a first phase of comprehensive repairs to retain the building as a public leisure and recreational facility.

Other important projects include: Former Argyll Motor Works, Alexandria, West Dumbarton £400,000; St Giles Cathedral, City of Edinburgh £372,800; Liberton Tower, City of Edinburgh £138,000; Glenapp Castle, Ballantrae, South Ayrshire £107,700; Old Town Hall, Ardrossan £73,900; Larbert Old Church, Larbert, Falkirk £62,700.
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