SHBT does amazing work and sometimes it makes headline news - check out the articles written about the trust and it's activities below:
AUGUST 31ST, 2016 - 12:12 AM
Among visual arts awards, Scottish Historic Buildings Trust has received funding of £9,783 for an artist-led project to create a new piece of public art to reflect the values of Scottish biologist, sociologist, geographer and philanthropist Patrick Geddes around the restored Riddle’s Court in Edinburgh’s Old Town.
2 June 2016
The Custom House Leith Pop Up Market was named as the best thing to do by the Skinny Magazine. Over 80 stall holders were in attendance and over 1500 people visited.
The Cowgate pop up market had issues with licenses which meant that the event had to be called off. SHBT offered up Custom House Leith as an alternative venue and saved the day. Licenses were purchased, the building organised and checked and the market was a roaring success for all involved.
New Town Community Cinema named as one of the top Kids events in Edinburgh
What's on in Edinburgh this week – Twelve Top Children's Events
The Edinburgh Reporter. Sun, Apr 17th, 2016
The Glasite Meeting House is run by Scottish Historic Buildings Trust
Edinburgh Reporter sings praises of NTCC
Five things you need to know today
The New Town Community Cinema has a final film in two weeks’ time on 22 April. This is a great opportunity for you to support a community effort to maintain an important building in the city centre. But take cushions with you!
24 October 2015
The Devil’s Larder is a deliciously wicked adult treat that is appetisingly apposite so close to Halloween.
Mysterious Sculptor helps with final fundraising push to breathe new life in to Riddle's Court
Customs House Leith has joined the SHBT portfolio of projects
- Greenlaw Town Hall Royal opening
Berwickshire News 1st June 2011
- SHBT wins RICS 2011 Award for the Hippodrome Cinema
Falkirk Council press release 18th May 2011.
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