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Pub Design Awards get underway

CAMRA, the Campaign for Real Ale, has issued a call for entries for the Pub Design Awards as part of National Pubs Week.

The awards, which were developed in association with English Heritage and the Victorian Society, were first launched in 1983 to award pubs for their innovative and imaginative design.

The awards are split into four categories:

new-build pub;

conversion to pub use;

refurbished pub;

the CAMRA/English Heritage Conservation Award.

Tony Jerome, CAMRA's press manager, said: 'It is important that CAMRA gives recognition for innovative and imaginative pub design at a time when our towns are full of pubs with off-the-shelf interiors.'

For further details contact Tony Jerome at CAMRA on 01727 867201. The closing date for entries is Friday 1 April 2005.

by Ed Dorrell

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