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Heritage Angel Awards 2021
The Heritage Angel Awards celebrate the achievement of individuals, groups and communities who have helped to rescue, regenerate, research and record built heritage in Northern Ireland. Ranging from large scale restoration and regeneration projects to volunteers impassioned to promote a local landmark they love, the Heritage Angel Awards are a way to formally recognise the important contribution people make to the care and conservation of historic buildings and places.
In addition to funding and partnership support from the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation, and the Department for Communities, the Heritage Angel Awards are produced in partnership with the National Lottery Heritage Fund, Construction Industry Training Board, Architectural Heritage Fund, and the Institute of Historic Building Conservation.
Six award categories cover a diverse range of heritage projects, from large scale rescue and regeneration projects to small scale heritage projects. The application process to apply or nominate a project is simple and short. There is also an opportunity for the wider public to become involved by casting an online vote for their choice from all shortlisted projects.
The Awards Ceremony will take place in November when we hope to be able to welcome you in person as well as virtually to commend the Heritage Angels of 2021.
Our Award Categories
Search Angel Awards
This award recognises volunteers and professionals, individuals and groups who rescue, record or interpret any kind of historic place. This could be an archaeological site or scheduled monument.