Campaigners looking to breathe new life into a historic Moray building have edged closer to their dream after applying to take over the building.
Campaigners pushing for one of Moray’s most cherished landmarks to be reopened have warned the process may take a further five years to be completed.
Moray locals were treated to a fascinating collection of old films dating back over a century during a special showing in Elgin yesterday.
Future looks brighter for historic Moray building as campaigners inform public of their plans to restore it
The future looks brighter for a historic landmark, as campaigners and Moray Council work together to breathe new life into it.
Two rival plans proposed to breathe new life into a historical Moray building could both be successful.
The future of a derelict Moray attraction could be decided within months as two proposals go head-to-head.
Black-and-white footage dating back more than a century has emerged of the opening of one of Moray’s most treasured landmarks.
Campaigners working to revive a treasured Elgin landmark have received a significant cash boost in support of their plans.
Blow for campaigners fighting to reopen Elgin landmark on 15th anniversary of fire that led to its closure
Campaigners fighting to reopen the doors of a cherished Moray landmark have been dealt a fresh blow on the 15th anniversary of the fire that led to its closure.
A £5 million price tag has been set on restoring one of Moray’s most treasured historic landmarks to its former glory.
An ambitious vision to develop a multi-million pound “cultural quarter” in Moray’s biggest town has been unveiled.
Essential work to prevent an Elgin landmark crumbling towards a “catastrophic failure” has been approved.
A cherished Elgin landmark which has been closed to the public since 2003 will not be allowed to take part in this year’s Doors Open Day.
Campaigners fighting to reopen a cherished Elgin landmark have signed up a "key tenant" to move into the building.
An abandoned Elgin landmark could reopen as the centre of operations for an eco-friendly charity.
Campaigners are gearing up for a fresh battle to renovate one of Moray's most loved but neglected landmarks.
The group hoping to restore one of Elgin's most historic but neglected landmarks to glory will get an update on the project this week.
A charity group which is striving to prevent a historic Moray building from further decay hopes to have a clear vision for its future by the end of the year.
The onus is on the public to find a new use for an historic Elgin building left derelict by a fire 11 years ago.
An historic Moray building could be given a new lease of life as a boutique hotel or a community arts venue.
The £3million required to renovate the derelict Grant Lodge in Elgin's Cooper Park will have to be sought from outwith Moray.