Winners of the English Heritage Angel Awards 2013

The winners of the 2013 English Heritage Angel Awards were announced at a glittering ceremony held at The Palace Theatre in London on 21 October 2013.

Best Craftsmanship Employed on a Heritage Rescue and the Favourite as Voted for by English Heritage Members and Telegraph Subscribers

Hadlow Tower, Tonbridge, Kent

The Vivat Trust and Save Hadlow Tower Action Group won the award for both these categories for Hadlow Tower, Tonbridge, Kent.

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Best Rescue of a Historic Industrial Building or Site

Low Slit Mine, Bishop Auckland, Co Durham

The winners of this category were Malcolm and James Nattrass for Low Slit Mine, Bishop Auckland, Co Durham.

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Best Rescue of Any Other Type of Historic Building or Place

The Ivy House Public House, Southwark, London

The winners of this category were the Ivy House Community Pub Limited for The Ivy House Public House, Southwark, London.

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Best Rescue or Repair of a Place of Worship

Church of St James the Greater, Ab Kettleby, Leicestershire

The winners of this category were St James's Restoration Fund and Parochial Church Council for the Church of St James the Greater, Ab Kettleby, Leicestershire.

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Watch the film about the Church of St James the Greater and the runners up in this category