The 2021 Landmarks Trust Awards have been announced, recognising public art works, fine architecture, landscape and the preservation of heritage.The awards recipients, named this month, are a diverse range of organisations, communities and businesses which have contributed to keeping Hastings beautiful.
The Supreme Winner, receiving the Jeremy Dwyer Supreme Award, was Arts Inc. Heretaunga,. The Landmarks Trust, in its 30th year, was initiated in the 1990s by the then mayor, the late Jeremy Dwyer, to promote Hastings’ identity and sense of place, and foster civic pride.
1 March 2022
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