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Doune Castle, Glasgow Cathedral and Edinburgh Castle among sites to benefit from investment plan

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Historic sites across Scotland are set to benefit from an investment of £12 million for 2018-2019 as part of Historic Environment Scotland's (HES) investment plan.

Overall, 20 sites across HES's estate are earmarked as priority for investment under the plan. Projects planned as part of the new investment plan include:

Download the investment plan.

(images, Doune Castle copyright godot13; Dumbarton Castle copyright Paul Farmer)

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