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Hat-trick of awards for business

Posted onPosted on 24th Jun
Hat-trick of awards for business

Edwinstowe-based heritage and conservation specialists Woodhead Heritage scooped three top awards at this year’s Constructing Excellence Awards in the East Midlands.

The business was nominated for five awards at the ceremony at the Nottingham Belfry.

It won:

Project of the Year — Lincoln Castle Revealed.
Heritage Award — Lincoln Castle Revealed.
Legacy Award for Sustainability — The Heritage Skills Centre at Lincoln Castle.

The awards recognise the best companies, collaborations and projects, sharing best practice and inspiring others to adopt new and better ways of working that deliver outstanding results.

Woodhead’s Living Project co-ordinator, Michael Broadhurst (26), was named Young Achiever of the Year.

Pictured are Chris Clay, Director of Allen Archaeology (Heritage Award sponsors), Mat Hall of Woodhead, Naomi Atherton of English Heritage, Richard Carlton of Woodhead, Mary Powell of Linciolnshire County Council, Declan Curry, awards host and former BBC Breakfast presenter.