23rd October 2012

Tynemouth Station gains further acclaim for the English Heritage Angels award for Craftsmanship

Meticulous restoration of Tynemouth Station bore further acclaim yesterday when it was awarded an English Heritage Angels award for craftsmanship.

The client, Station developments’ Morris Muter and Lord Devenport received the award at a ceremony hosted by Clare Balding at London’s Palace theatre.

The Judges were: Melvyn Bragg, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Historian - Bettany Hughes, Telegraph Editor - Charles Moore, Bishop of London - Richard Chartres and Chief exec of English Heritage Simon Thurley.

Selected from over 200 submitted entries to a short list of four the project was led by Lathams' director Stuart Hodgkinson and supported by Paul Stanton from the Heritage Team.

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English Heritage award winner