Angel Award Winners 2016
The winners of the 2016 Historic England Angel Awards were announced at an awards ceremony held at The Palace Theatre in London on 31 October 2016. The ceremony was presented by Andrew Lloyd Webber and historian Bettany Hughes. Amongst the presenters were Fiona Bruce, Julian Fellowes, and George Clarke.
Best Community Action Project
Sponsored by the National Association of Decorative and Fine Arts Societies (NADFAS)
The winner in this category is Operation Nightingale for the project Operation Nightingale.
Best Contribution to a Heritage Project by Young People
The winner in this category is Josh Aitken-Dunkeld for the project at Frank James Hospital.
Best Rescue of a Heritage Site
The winner of this category is Julie and Howard Duckworth for the rescue of Aire Street, Goole (within Goole conservation area).
Best Research Project
The winner of this category is Port Sunlight Village Trust and Wirral Borough Council (WBC) for the research project The Port Sunlight Local Listed Building Consent Order (LLBCO).
Outstanding Contribution to Heritage
Sponsored by Aon Estates Practice
The winner of this category is Carlo Diponio - Construction Supervisor at Dudley Zoo.
Winner of the Historic England Angel Award for the Historic England Followers’ and Telegraph Readers’ Favourite
The winner of this category is Clevedon Pier and Heritage Trust Ltd for the community action project Clevedon Pier Visitor Centre.
Angel Awards Ceremony 2016
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