John Betjeman Award


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Established in 1990 and named in honour of writer, conservation campaigner and SPAB Committee member (1952-1977) Sir John Betjeman, this award celebrates excellence in the repair of places of worship of all denominations and faiths.

The award is given for conservation or repair projects at historic faith buildings (such as churches, chapels, meeting houses, synagogues, mosques, temples) in England and Wales including the Isle of Man, Scotland, and Ireland (both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland) which remain in use for worship. Projects can be of any scale, but must be for a specific part of the building’s fabric (e.g. tower, wall, roof, floor) or a significant element of its fittings or furnishings (e.g. monument, screen, seating), rather than a general programme of works. Projects must have been carried out within the previous two years. Cathedrals are not eligible.

Submission of entries for the 2022 award opens 1 October 2021 and closes at 5pm on 28 March 2022.

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