The NHIG Award for Heritage Metalwork Conservation seeks to recognise and celebrate excellence in ironwork conservation as an inspiration to all.
Submitted work must have been carried out in the last 5 years in accordance with current conservation philosophy.NHIG Conservation Guidelines (.pdf)
The judges will be interested in:
• Appropriateness of materials and techniques used
• Extent to which loss of original fabric was minimised
• Quality of craftsmanship
To enter, please use the form below. You will need to:
A panel of experienced judges drawn from members of the NHIG Council and the WCB Craft Committee will assess the entries.
The judging panel will visit shorlisted projects so please ensure that access to the site is possible.
The NHIG will publicise competition entries and outcomes as examples of good practice to inspire others. Please ensure that all permissions have been sought prior to entry and that images have been cleared for use.
Who Can Enter?
Entries can be submitted by anyone closely connected with a project, although the award will be presented to the practitioner who carried out the work. Members of the judging panel are NOT eligible to enter. A maximum of three submissions can be made per person/team.
The 2023 Application Round will open on 10th March 2023 and close on 30th June 2023.
The decision of the judging panel is final. The panel will not enter into any correspondence regarding the decision.
PLEASE ENTER DETAILS OF YOUR SUBMISSION BELOW
IMPORTANT: Once you have submitted your entry below, please send images via WeTransfer to email@example.com
Images MUST be labelled with your name and title of entry. If you need help submitting images, please call Jessica on 07503 764 712.