CAMRA launches pub design awards

By John Harrington

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CAMRA: awarding the best pub designs
CAMRA: awarding the best pub designs
The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) has launched its awards that recognise the best pub designs.

The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) has launched its awards that recognise the best pub designs.

The awards, held in association with English Heritage and the Victorian Society, recognise high standards of architecture in refurbishment and conservation of exists pubs, and the construction of new ones.

The categories are: New Build Pub, Conversion to Pub Use, Refurbished Pub, and the CAMRA/English Heritage Conservation award, which recognises the best efforts to conserve pubs.

The 2010 awards will be judged by the regular panel of architects, authors, historians and heritage experts.

Panel chairman Sean Murphy said: "At a time when many valued community pubs are under threat, it's fantastic to see the wealth of suggestions we've had informally put forward to us in light of opening the 2010 competition today.

"Now the competition is officially open, we look forward to receiving examples of the best designs in the country where work has taken place during 2009."

Application forms can be downloaded from www.camra.org.uk/pdaentryform, with entries submitted by email to tony.jerome@camra.org.uk or posted to:

Tony Jerome

CAMRA Pub Design Awards

Campaign for Real Ale Ltd

230 Hatfield Road

St Albans

Herts

AL1 4LW

The closing date for all entries will be Thursday 30 September 2010.

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