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Best Contribution to a Heritage Project by Young People

This award recognises contributions made to heritage projects by young people up to the age of 25. The award can be made to individuals or groups and can include students and young apprentices. The winner of the 2017 award in this category is Beacon Hill Arts, Newcastle, for their Hidden Histories films.
  • Young actors from Beacon Hill Arts dressed in period costume perform on camera at Newcastle Castle

    Hidden Histories

    Young film-makers with learning difficulties, autism and additional needs brought to life notorious characters from Newcastle Castle's colourful past.

  • Students from Abraham Moss Community School dressed in Tudor costume for their film shoot at Wythenshawe Hall, Manchester

    Crumpsall Hall

    Young people at Manchester's Abraham Moss Community School poured enthusiasm into their history project on lost Tudor building Crumpsall Hall.

  • Young people performing a clear-up of Killerton Park, two young women lift a branch onto a fire

    Bringing Killerton Park to Life

    Fiona Hailstone has led a team of volunteers in a complex project to bring Killerton Park back to life.

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