Entries are now open for the British Woodworking Federation Awards, including a new Heritage Project of the Year Award, which will commend the conservation, restoration or renovation of a heritage project.

Chief Executive Helen Hewitt said: “The BWF Awards give us the opportunity to celebrate the remarkable achievements and innovation over the past year, as well as recognise the bright stars and talent in the sector. 

“This year we’re excited to introduce the new Heritage Project of the Year Award, which recognises the incredible skill and expertise – whether through traditional or modern techniques – that goes into restoring and developing period properties. We felt it was important to recognise this separately, due to the high number of high-quality entries we receive every year.”

Entries for this year’s BWF Awards close at 17:00 on Friday 2nd September. Those shortlisted will receive a complimentary ticket to the BWF Awards Dinner on 25 November, held at the Kimpton Fitzroy London Hotel.

Businesses can nominate themselves or be nominated by a client or supplier.

Picture: last year’s Awards Dinner


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