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Leek And District Civic Society Awards Scheme

By Leek Post and Times  |  Posted: March 13, 2014

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This scheme has been operating since 1987 and covers the 19 civil parishes representing the following areas of interest, Leek, Heaton, Rushton, Horton, Longsdon, Endon and Stanley, Bagnall, Cheddleton, Consall, Ipstones, Bradnop, Onecote, Tittesworth, Leekfrith,

Warslow and Elkstones, Butterton, Grindon, Waterhouses and Cotton.

The society is inviting entries for suitable projects completed during the three calendar years from 1st January 2011 to 31st December 2013.

Any creative work which contributes to the quality of the environment in village, town or countryside is eligible provided that it has been fully completed in the specified period and can be seen by the general public.

There is no categorisation of entries; new build, sympathetic restoration or conversion of older property, reclamation of derelict land or any other environment-enhancing initiative will be considered.

Entries may be submitted by an owner, architect/designer, contractor, maker or other interested person.

There is no limit to the number of entries from any one source.

Schemes will be examined by the Awarding Sub-Committee of the Leek and District Civic Society and the final decision on all awards rests with this Sub-Committee.

Awards will take the form of Certificates of Merit to the successful Owners, Occupiers, Architects or Designers and Main Contractors.

One plaque may be presented to the Owner of the best scheme entered if this is considered to warrant such an award.

Additional information about the scheme, conditions of entry and entry forms may be obtained by contacting 01538 308634 or by email: m.stapleton534@btinternet.com

Entries, on the official entry form only, should be addressed to: -

The Honorary Secretary,

Leek & District Civic Society,

The Old Vicarage,

Calton,

Staffordshire Moorlands, ST10 3JX

Closing date for entries is 31st August 2014

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