Provan Hall, Glasgow - £165,000
Historic buildings across Scotland will be revamped thanks to £2.6 million in new funding.
Ten sites will be given building repair grants from Historic Scotland, announced Fiona Hyslop, Culture Secretary.
The largest sum of £500,000 is awarded to St Martin's Church, Castlemilk, Glasgow, to convert the former church to a mountain biking and activity centre, but what may interest members the most is that a grant of £165,000 has been awarded the A-listed Provan Hall (pictured above) in Glasgow.
Other awards are £35,000 to Cousland Smiddy in Mid-lothian and £400,000 to Avenue Bridge at Dumfries House.
Cousland Smiddy, Mid-Lothian - £35,000
Avenue Bridge, Dumfries House - £400,000
Date posted: 06 Jun 2013Last updated: 05 Dec 2014
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