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Best Rescue of a Historic Building

This award recognises volunteers and professionals, individuals and groups who have rescued a historic building. The building must appear on a recognised heritage register, but it can be of any age or type. It may be a local building of significant interest, or be part of a conservation area. All sizes of rescue project are eligible, as it is the actions taken to rescue the building that will be judged. This Historic England Angel Award is sponsored by Selectaglaze.

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  • Mayor opens the newly-refurbished Piece Hall, Halifax, West Yorkshire as large crowds look on

    The Piece Hall

    Claire Slattery undertook a complex project to restore the beauty of Georgian building The Piece Hall.

  • Weavers' Cottages, Horsefair, Kidderminster, Worcestershire

    Weavers' Cottages

    Worcestershire Building Preservation Trust created a design that would save some of Kidderminster's early history.

  • Young BMX riders perform at The Source Park in front of a large audience

    Source Park

    Brothers Rich and Marc Moore have turned a derelict Victorian Swimming pool into a state-of-the-art BMX facility.