Heritage Awards Revealed!

After today’s lovely feature in the Target Newspapers across the county I thought I’d give you a few more pics from the Awards!

Over 60 representatives from Museums and Heritage sites across Lincolnshire joined the Lincolnshire Heritage Forum last Friday (June 22nd) at The Collection to celebrate fantastic projects from across the county. Awards were presented by Professor David Sleight, of the University of Lincoln.

The winners are as follows:

Best Event Highly Commended: Museum of Lincolnshire Life

 

Best Event Winner: Woodhall Spa Cottage Museum for the People’s Pageant

 

Best Exhibition Highly Commended: Louth Museum for Do You Dig Archaeology?

 

Best Exhibition Winner: Lincolnshire County Council for Discover Stamford

 

Inspiration Award Highly Commended: Lincolnshire County Council for Lincs to the Past

Inspiration Award Winner: Gainsborough Old Hall

Work with Children and Young People Winner: The Collection for Play at the Collection

Collections Care and Development Award Winner is Chain Bridge Forge

Winner of the first Judge’s Special Award is… Boston Borough Council for the Boston Big Dig

Winner of the Judge’s Special Award for Most Exciting Project is Chain Bridge Forge

Museum of the Year goes to… Louth Museum!

 

 

Special Thanks go to Robin Clarke for Photography. Larger copies of images can be requested.

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One comment

  1. Big congratulations to our client Gainsborough Old Hall, we hope that this award spurs many more visitors to go and try the multimedia guide experience we enjoyed making with them. We are very proud suppliers!

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