This image is FREE to use - Cabinet Secretary for Culture and External Affairs Fiona Hyslop visited Hospitalfield House in Arbroath to announce that more than £1.5 million has been awarded to help repair seven historic buildings across Scotland as part of Historic Scotland’s Building Repairs Grants scheme (some picture also include Lucy Byatt - Hospitafield Arts Trust) – properties to receive grant funding are Campbeltown Town Hall (Argyll and Bute £264.480 – 18th Century distinctive example of civic pride expressed through its architecture : Hospitalfield House (Angus £500.000 – with its origins as a medieval hospital Hospitalfield became the 19th Century Scottish Baronial vision of artist Patrick Allan-Fraser and his wife Elizabeth) : Aberdeen Music Hall – (£222.062) built in the early 19th Century it is a prime example of Aberdeen’s monumental granite classicism. Still plays host over 5000 events every year : Castle of Mey (Caithness £193.440) a listed 16th Century building best known for its association with the Royal Family : The Haining House (Selkirkshire £371.260) comprises of a group of nationally important A-listed buildings built in 1795 in the classical style : Craig Castle (Aberdeenshire £13.598) castellated courtyard mansion associated with the great Gordon family of Aberdeenshire : Hans Hamilton Tomb (East Ayrshire £7.490) rare example of 17th Century funerary architecture - further information from John MacNeil (Historic Scotland) on 07854 366 827 or 0131 668 8714 or see http://www.historic-scotland.gov.uk/mediareleases/news_article.htm?articleid=44442 - picture by Donald MacLeod - 19.08.14 – 07702 319 738 – clanmacleod@btinternet.com – www.donald-macleod.com
Jazz @ Hospitalfield
20th February 2016
7:30 pm
Hospitalfield House
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Rose Room will return to the beautiful surroundings of Hospitalfield House in Arbroath as part of their 2016 jazz concert series.