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Home » News » HERITAGE DRAGONS SUPPORT HILL PRIMARY SCHOOL PROJECT

HERITAGE DRAGONS SUPPORT HILL PRIMARY SCHOOL PROJECT

7th Oct 2012

The First ever Heritage Dragon's Event - 3rd October 2012

Ian Gordon and Myra Shearer represented the Ericht Trust in London at the Heritage Dragon's event last week.

The Hill Primary Project was one of four proposals selected from dozens of applicants from across the UK for the first Prince's Regeneration Trust Heritage Dragons event and it was the only project from Scotland. Over the day long event the project's representatives had an opportunity to consult with major players in the Heritage world.

During intensive workshops the project was taken apart and scrutinised before the Blairgowrie representatives were interrogated about their action plan.

The outcome was that the aim to improve  facilities for the community of Blairgowrie and Rattray withstood the examination and were strongly encouraged to vigorously pursue that aim.

Once the presentations were made, the Dragons retreated to their lair to consider how to "divide the spoils". These are many hours of free expert advice on how to progress the project.

The Hill Primary will receive 80 hours of free consultancy advice from the commercial and charitable sectors.

Most satisfying was the commendation from the Dragon's Chairman Ian Marcus, that the Hill Project is one of the best he has seen and with determined management is likely to succeed.