Rewarding Restoration: The Harry Johnson Award 2018

Entries are now invited for the increasingly popular and prestigious HARRY JOHNSON AWARD 2018 – run every alternate year jointly by the Nottinghamshire Building Preservation Trust and the Nottingham Branch of the Campaign to Protect Rural England, both energetic guardians of Nottinghamshire’s heritage.

Projects should have been completed within three years prior to the application deadline of 30th June 2018. The support of the building owners is, of course, essential for the provision of detailed information and co-operation with the judges to arrange a visit.

Previous award-winners have included:

  • 2010 Restoration. The Coach House, Orston. New. Thomas Cranmer Centre, Aslockton.
  • 2012 Restoration. The Old Pumphouse, The Ropewalk, Nottingham. New. Healy’s Wharf, Newark.
  • 2014 Restoration. Orchard Cottages, Epperstone. New. The Court, Epperstone.
  • 2016 Restoration. Turncroft Farm, Edingley. New. Wright’s Place, Keyworth.

A nomination form is available from the Nottinghamshire Building Preservation Trust, Minster Chambers, Church Street, Southwell NH25 0HD and via e-mail A modest entry fee of £25 is required to cover the costs of administration and the Award certificates. Judging is scheduled for July / August 2018.

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