PRESERVING SURREY’S HERITAGE – Autumn 2018

PRESERVING SURREY’S HERITAGE – Autumn 2018
The Autumn 2018 issue of the SHBT Newsletter is now available. A PDF version can be downloaded here: SHBT Newsletter Autumn 2018   The nomination form for Surrey Heritage Awards 2019 may be downloaded here: 2019 Surrey Heritage Awards Application Form
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ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2018

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2018
The 39th Annual General Meeting of Surrey Historic Buildings Trust will be held in The Library at The Royal Automobile Club, Woodcote Park, Wilmerhatch Lane, Epsom, Surrey KT18 7EW, at 3.00pm on Wednesday 10 October 2018. After the meeting, Friends of SHBT will have the opportunity to visit The Old Motor House, home to the RAC’s collection of vintage vehicles.
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PRESERVING SURREY’S HERITAGE – Spring 2018

PRESERVING SURREY’S HERITAGE – Spring 2018
The Trust has issued the Spring issue of its newsletter “Preserving Surrey’s Heritage”, with all the latest news about SHBT’s activities. Please click here for your copy: SHBT Newsletter Spring 2018
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SURREY HERITAGE AWARDS 2017: The Old Barn Motor House scoops top prize

SURREY HERITAGE AWARDS 2017: The Old Barn Motor House scoops top prize
An old barn that has been restored and transformed into a showcase for the Royal Automobile Club’s collection of vintage vehicles has been named Surrey’s best heritage conservation project. The Old Barn Motor House, Woodcote Park, Epsom scooped the top prize in the Surrey Heritage Awards 2017, organised by Surrey Historic Buildings Trust and supported by Surrey Life Magazine. The architect and design team behind the conversion of the barn received their trophy and certificate from SHBT’s Patron, Mr Michael More-Molyneux, Lord-Lieutenant of Surrey, in a ceremony at Loseley Park. Dame Helen Ghosh,...
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Trust will help fund repairs to medieval house and wall in Peaslake

Trust will help fund repairs to medieval house and wall in Peaslake
Surrey Historic Buildings Trust had made two grants towards repairs to a medieval building, Old Well Cottage, in Peaslake. This is a Grade II Listed open hall house dating from c.1400. The Trust has made a grant of £1,400 for re-rendering the whole of the front wall in three-coat lime, and a further £2,000 to fund repairs to the boundary wall at the same property. The wall is important because it has a high public profile in a rural location and contributes considerably to the setting of the listed house.
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