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About the Awards
About Heritage Angel Awards
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 contributionpeople make to the care and conservation of historic buildings and places.
Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber founded the Heritage Angel programme in 2011. Northern Ireland has been participating in the programme since 2017.
Ulster Architectural Heritage is the lead independent voice for built heritage in Ulster. A not-for-profit organisation, operating across the nine counties of Ulster, we have over 50 years expertise in promoting the value of built heritage, encouraging its protection, conservation and heritage-led regeneration.
Protecting architectural heritage is a vital part of cultural life. Architecture is the most vulnerable art form and one that I have been passionate about all my life. I’m delighted my Foundation can support the Heritage Angel Awards in Northern Ireland and shine a spotlight on those who have made a significant contribution towards protecting the country’s heritage. By raising awareness of the impact individuals can have, our aim is to inspire others to get involved and work together to save and protect Northern Ireland’s heritage for our future generations.- Andrew Lloyd-Webber