Historic England Angel Awards
The Historic England Angel Awards celebrate the efforts of people taking action to champion their local heritage.
The awards were founded by Andrew Lloyd Webber and are co-funded by the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation.
See our full list of 2017 shortlisted nominees below. Winners will be announced and presented with their awards at a glittering ceremony at the Palace Theatre, London, on Monday 20 November 2017.
Historic England Followers' & Telegraph Readers' Favourite Award
- Abraham Moss Community School for the Crumpsall Hall heritage project (Crumpsall, Manchester)
- Beacon Hill Arts for the project Hidden Histories at Newcastle Castle (Newcastle)
- Fiona Hailstone for the project Bringing Killerton Park to Life (Broadclyst, Exeter, Devon)
- Anthony Goode for the repair of the dovecote at Barholm Old Hall (Barholm, Lincolnshire)
- Kenny Brunskill for the consolidation of the Corbridge bottle kilns (Corbridge, Northumberland)
- Rachel Thompson for the repair of the fog battery complex (Lundy Island, Devon)
- Adam Sutcliffe-Brown for the autism-friendly programme of tours: Relaxed@Newmans at The Coffin Works (Birmingham)
- Heritage Heroes - a partnership project between Canal & River Trust and Help for Heroes (Cotswold Canals, Wilts & Berks Canal, Pocklington Canal)
- Nigel Ford for the repair, restoration and reinstatement of milestones across Norfolk (Norfolk)
- Claire Slattery for the rescue of The Piece Hall (Halifax, West Yorkshire)
- Rich Moore and Marc Moore for the rescue of the former White Rock Baths, now Source Park (Hastings, East Sussex)
- Worcestershire Building Preservation Trust for the rescue of Weavers' Cottages (Kidderminster, Worcestershire)
This award recognises contributions made to heritage projects by young people up to the age of 25.
This award recognises a craftsperson or apprentice who has demonstrated craft skills that have been key in repairing or rescuing a historic site.
This award recognises volunteers and professionals, individuals and groups who have rescued a historic building.
This award recognises volunteers and professionals, individuals and groups who have rescued, recorded or interpreted any kind of historic place.
These annual awards celebrate the efforts of people who champion heritage.
Find out about the judging process and the public vote for Historic England Angel Awards.
Find details and videos of past winners of the Historic England Angel Awards.
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