Ardnamurchan Lighthouse Trust gets more than £27k in Covid support cash

Ardnamurchan Lighthouse occupies the most westerly point on the UK mainland.
Ardnamurchan Lighthouse occupies the most westerly point on the UK mainland. NO_T02_Ardnamurchan Lighthouse

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Ardnamurchan Lighthouse Trust Limited is to receive financial Covid support from Historic Environment Scotland (HES) which has announced funding of £1,916,238 to be shared among more than 40 organisations across the country.

The trust is getting £27,171 from the Historic Environment Recovery Funding scheme which is aimed at supporting Scotland’s historic environment sector recover from the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.

The cash is part of a first stream – Reopening Historic Buildings and Sites – which offers money to pay for repairs, PPE equipment and changes to allow social distancing.

The second Sector Resilience and Recovery stream will help organisations protect jobs or skills training posts, as well as assist with activities to help them adapt to the ongoing impacts of Covid-19.

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Ardnamurchan Lighthouse occupies the most westerly point on the UK mainland.

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