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Are you involved in rescuing a historic place?
The English Heritage Angel Awards is an exciting new scheme which celebrates the work of individuals and groups who have saved a significant historic place that was at risk of being lost forever.
Supported by Andrew Lloyd Webber, there will be four annual awards for:
1 The best rescue or repair of a place of worship
2 The best rescue of an industrial building or site
3 The best craftsmanship employed on a heritage rescue
4 The best rescue of any other entry on the Heritage at Risk register
The closing date for entries is 12 August 2011 and the shortlisted entries will be invited to a reception in the Autumn to meet Andrew Lloyd Webber and fellow judges - Melvyn Bragg, Charles Moore, the Bishop of London, the Right Revd Richard Chartres, and Simon Thurley, Chief Executive of English Heritage - at a reception at the Palace where the winners will be announced.