Lucy Neish,  CHARTS

Argyll Aspires Project Manager


"I am delighted to take up my post as Project Manager for Argyll Aspires. I have lived and worked in Argyll and Bute for over 20 years, as an Art Teacher in Lochgilphead and Dunoon, and also as a Cultural Coordinator across the region. Living in the region, I quickly became aware of the vastness of Argyll and Bute and the barriers that we have when it comes to accessing Culture, Heritage and the Arts. This experience has developed my passion for supporting projects which allow young people to gain access to working in the Cultural sector.

I am excited to be part of Argyll Aspires, a project which allows young people to gain qualifications and future employment in Heritage and the Arts. Through Argyll Aspires I am looking forward to supporting a selection of sites in Argyll and Bute to deliver several modern apprenticeships."


Listen to Lucy discuss Argyll Aspires and its benefits to young people looking to start a career in heritage. 


Films Produced by CHARTS for Creative Careers 2022. Developed in collaboration with Developing Youth Workforce, Argyll and Bute.