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Richard Meynell has won the King of Prussia's Gold Medal Award for improvements made to a Sussex church. The award is made annualy by the Historic Churches Preservation Trust. Meynell, a member of the Ecclesiastical Architects' and Surveyors' Association, was praised for his 'lightness of touch and sensitivity in bringing back from the brink of redundancy St Andrew by the Ford church'. The association has also awarded £500 to Matthew Thomas for his replacement entrance to St Wulfram's Church in Grantham. A panel of judges considered his glass structure to be an 'elegant' solution to replacing an ageing timber porch.

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