Countdown is on for Scotland's heritage volunteers - final chance to enter Andrew Lloyd Webber backed awards initiative

Time is running out for heritage volunteers across the country to enter the second annual Scottish Heritage Angel Awards. With just a fortnight left until entries close on Friday 12th August, volunteers or ‘Angels’ who contribute to Scotland’s historic environment are being urged to step forward and enter or nominate a deserving individual or group. The free to enter awards scheme – funded by the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation – recognises and celebrates the important efforts of volunteers in helping to better understand, protect and value Scotland’s heritage and history. All for the benefit of current and future generations. Andrew Lloyd Webber, whose charity established the awards initiative in Scotland, said: After a successful and inspiring first year, I’m thrilled my Foundation can help the Scottish Heritage Angel Awards return and recognise everyone who is working tirelessly to preserve their heritage. I urge those of you who are involved in saving heritage to come forward and let us celebrate your achievements.” Click here to read the press release