John Betjeman Award


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The award is given by the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB) in honour of Sir John Betjeman, writer, campaigner and a member of SPAB’s Committee from 1954 to 1977.

It is given to reward excellence in the conservation and repair of places of worship of any faith in England and Wales that remain in use, although cathedrals are not eligible. It recognises the highest standards of conservation craftsmanship and the winning project is presented as an example to others of good practice.

The award is made for specific repair to, or conservation of, a single element of a church’s fabric, fitting or furnishing and is given to the place of worship rather than to any individual associated with the work. It celebrates the project, the building and the community that cares for it.

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