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Entries are now invited for the SPAB's John Betjeman Award 2018

Posted on Wednesday 1 November 2017
The Award celebrates excellence in conservation and repair projects at places of worship of any faith in England and Wales (including the Isle of Man); and recognises the highest standards of craftsmanship used in carrying out those projects.

The Award is made for repair or conservation of fabric, fittings or furnishings carried out in the last 18 months at an historic church, chapel or other faith building which remains in use for worship. However, cathedrals of any denomination are not eligible. 

It is not essential that the building is listed as being of architectural or historic interest – its age or architectural significance is less important than the quality of the repair. 

Please find linked below a flier with details of the Award, eligibility information, and the judging criteria, along with an entry form. 

Information and entry forms can also be downloaded from the SPAB website, at:  where you can also find the SPAB Principles document (in English and Welsh) and read more about 2017's winning project. 

The closing date for entries is 20th February 2018


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