Restoration windfall for WW2 heritage sites
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Restoration windfall for WW2 heritage sites

Two World War Two heritage sites are to be restored with money from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

A boat that saved the lives of 600 stranded Allied troops, at Dunkirk, and a former prisoner of war camp will receive more than £1m.

The Skylark Nine will become a floating museum while 11 former Nissen huts will be turned into self-catering accommodation.

BBC Scotland's Steven Duff reports.

  • 15 Dec 2016