About us

The Scottish Heritage Angel Awards are supported by the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation. They complement the existing English Heritage Angel Awards.

They were established in 2014.  They are run by a partnership of Historic Environment Scotland, Scottish Government, Archaeology Scotland and Scottish Civic Trust.

The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation

The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation was founded in 1992 to promote the arts, culture and heritage for the public benefit; since inception Andrew has been the principle provider of funding for all its charitable activities.

Since 2010, the Foundation has awarded grants of over £9m to support high quality training and personal development as well as other projects that make a real difference to enrich the quality of life both for individuals and within local communities. Significant grants include £3.5m to Arts Educational Schools, London to create a state of the art professional theatre, £1m to The Architectural Heritage Fund, £1m to The Music in Secondary Schools Trust and over £350,000 annually to fund 30 performing arts scholarships for talented students in financial need. The Foundation also owns two important paintings, a Canaletto “Old Horse Guards from St James’s Park”, currently on exhibition at Tate Britain and a Stanley Spencer “The Garage” on exhibition at The Stanley Spencer Gallery in Cookham, Berkshire.