Scotland: delegate decisions May 2022

Scotland: delegate decisions May 2022

Schedule of decisions under delegated powers to the Head of Investment for Scotland at The National Lottery Heritage Fund on 31 May 2022.

Cultural History of Nigerian Food

Applicant: Centre for Entrepreneurship Education Scotland

Description: To work with young people aged 16–35 from African communities in Glasgow and South Lanarkshire to explore and share the heritage of Nigerian food. The project will provide a range of skills and training opportunities to volunteers, and it should deliver against the mandatory outcome.

Decision: Reject

Glasgow’s Highstreets: An oral history of stores, shopping, and spectacles!

Applicant: Glasgow Story Collective

Description: This oral history project aims to collect recollections about the history of Glasgow's highstreets. Volunteers will receive training in oral history, archival research and film and audio editing. Project outputs will be shared through a booklet, film, exhibition and website.

Decision: Reject

549.scot Revisited

Applicant: Wonder Fools SCIO

Description: This project builds on the previously funded 'SH-18-04392 549: Scots of the Spanish Civil War: Heritage outreach project aims'. Proposals focus on youth-led oral history research and the creation of an exhibition.

Decision: Reject

Restoring of the Asylum Cemetery

Applicant: Friends of Hartwood Paupers Graveyard

Description: This 12 month project aims to restore the Old Paupers Graveyard within the grounds of an old asylum. It will promote positive mental health and wellbeing through the creation of a website, garden maintenance and the upgrading of paths and grave markers.

Decision: Award grant of £7,000 (100% of total costs)

Tomintoul and Glenlivet Planetarium – Design

Applicant: Tomintoul and Glenlivet Development Trust

Description: This five month project will focus on commissioning a design team to work on an extension to the existing Discovery Centre in Tomintoul. This extension will host a new Dark Sky exhibition. The centre was previously funded by the Heritage Fund through the Tomintoul & Glenlivet Hidden Histories Landscape Partnership. 

Decision: Reject