The annual English Heritage Angel Awards, founded by Andrew Lloyd Webber and supported by the Telegraph, celebrate the efforts of local people who have saved historic buildings and places. We are currently open for applications for the 2014 Awards.
There are four categories that you can enter in the 2014 English Heritage Angel Awards:
- The best rescue or repair of a historic place of worship
- The best rescue of a historic industrial building or site
- The best craftsmanship by a trainee or apprentice employed on a heritage rescue
- The best rescue of a listed building, scheduled monument, registered park, garden or battlefield, protected wreck site or conservation area
Are you an Angel?
Apply before 1 June 2014 to be in with a chance of becoming an English Heritage Angel.
Entering couldn't be simpler:
A shortlist of 16 entries is chosen by a panel of experts from the heritage sector and out of these, four winners are carefully picked by our panel of celebrity judges, chaired by Andrew Lloyd Webber.
If you are shortlisted, we'll make a film about your project and you and your group will be invited to London to attend the award ceremony at The Palace Theatre on 3 November 2014.
If you have any questions about the awards, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can see the terms and conditions for this year's English Heritage Angel Awards.