What are the Historic England Angel Awards?
The Angel Awards were founded by Andrew Lloyd Webber and are co-funded by the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation. Since 2011 these annual awards have celebrated the efforts of local people, either individuals or groups, who have saved historic buildings and places.
In 2017 we have four award categories to celebrate the efforts of people who go to extraordinary lengths to protect, save and share their local heritage. There will also be the popular People's Favourite voted by the public and, new for this year, the 'Overall UK Winner of Angels'.
The awards recognise people who champion their local heritage and share and practice forgotten craft skills. They also celebrate young people, especially apprentices, acknowledging their efforts to learn about heritage.
Award categories 2017
- Best Rescue of a Historic Building
- Best Contribution to a Heritage Project by Young People
- Best Craftsmanship or Apprentice on a Heritage Rescue or Repair Project
- Best Rescue, Recording or Interpretation of a Historic Place
It's easy to apply, or nominate a person or group, for a Historic England Angel Award.
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What happened to the English Heritage Angel Awards?
In 2015 the name of English Heritage changed to Historic England. The Historic England Angel Awards have replaced the English Heritage Angel Awards.