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Cowane’s Trust Reveal Appeal Logo Ahead of Public Consultation

Cowane’s Trust Reveal Appeal Logo Ahead of Public Consultation

Ahead of the scheduled Public Consultation in June for the proposed developed project for John Cowane’s House, the Cowane’s Trust are delighted to launch the logo to accompany the Queen Mary’s Palace Appeal.

Fondly known and referred to by locals in Stirling as ‘Queen Mary’s Palace’, the project forms part of Stirling Council’s Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme (CARS), which is funded by Historic Scotland and Stirling Council.

The building is of significant historic and architectural interest and offers great potential to interpret the story of Stirling’s history of trade, the merchant’s classes, and their way of life. Its restoration as a ruin, with effective interpretation and development of the garden as a feature, would add a new dimension to the visitor offering in Stirling by providing a free-entry attraction managed and guided by community volunteers.

Lorne Scott, Master & Factor and Chief Operating Officer of the Cowane’s Trust, said ‘The launch of the appeal logo today, is representative of the heritage through the years that the local community has embraced, with the building referred to as both John Cowane’s House and Queen Mary’s Palace’. Designed by 3G Creative, the logo’s appeal is both in its representation of the ruin as a project and as an ‘appeal’ in its own right’.

The forthcoming public consultations on the project will take place on Tuesday 04th June, Wednesday 05th June and Thursday 06th June at the Cowane’s Hospital Building from 12-3pm daily.

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