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Best Rescue, Recording or Interpretation of a Historic Place

This award recognises volunteers and professionals, individuals and groups who rescue, record or interpret any kind of historic place. This could be an archaeological site, scheduled monument or battlefield. For example, it could be a group of local people identifying areas of improvement for their local conservation area, an individual who has restored a historic garden, a group who have saved a stone circle or a team who have helped research archaeological remains in a landscape.

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  • Two members of the Heritage Heroes team lay bricks along a canal

    Heritage Heroes

    Wounded and sick service personnel and veterans are performing vital restoration work on some of England's oldest canals.

  • Restored milestone indicating 24 miles to King's Lynn and 16 miles to Norwich

    Norfolk's Milestones

    Nigel Ford's project to recover and restore hundreds of milestones across Norfolk is clear for everyone to see.

  • Newmans Museum at The Coffin Works, Birmingham


    Adam Sutcliffe-Brown designed the Relaxed@Newmans factory tour specifically for people on the autistic spectrum.