4th April 2022
Surrey Heritage Awards 2022
The Lord-Lieutenant, Mr Michael More-Molyneux, presented the trophies at the Surrey Heritage Awards 2022, held at the Brooklands Museum, Weybridge on 30 March. The Awards, run by the Surrey Historic Buildings Trust, recognise excellence in heritage conservation and restoration projects throughout the county. The top awards this year went to The Horton, Epsom, a derelict former hospital chapel transformed into a community arts centre, and The Old Well Cottage, Peaslake, a medieval hall-house now restored to its former glory, which won the trophies for Best Overall Project and Best Craftsmanship. The High Sheriff of Surrey, His Honour Judge Christopher Critchlow DL was among the guests at the event, who also included the mayors of Elmbridge, Epsom & Ewell, Reigate & Banstead, Runnymede, Spelthorne, Waverley, and Woking. Mrs Angela Fraser DL, Chairman of the Surrey Historic Buildings Trust, and Dr Sean O’Reilly, Director of the Institute of Historic Building Conservation, introduced the event, and highlighted the importance of preserving Surrey’s historic environment.
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