Grocers Hall, Princes St, London
We have been closely monitoring the situation regarding the outbreak of COVID-19 in the run up to the UK Heritage Awards 2020. In light of the recent developments we have taken the decision to postpone the event, which was due to take place on Monday 23rd March.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused by our decision, however we are sure you will appreciate that the continued health and well-being of our partners, guests, staff and the wider public, must take priority when we are faced with decisions such as these.
We are aware of the amount of effort that goes into submitting an entry and also of how much the event is appreciated and enjoyed by all who attend. We plan to hold it later in the year, when hopefully the current situation has been brought under control.
We intend holding it at the same venue – Grocers’ Halls in London. We are liaising with them to find a suitable date and will let you know in the next couple of days.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
The highly coveted UK Heritage Awards recognise the very best historic houses, gardens, museums and heritage sites in the UK, as well as the finest places to stay.
Celebrating the very best of UK Heritage, shortlisted venues from top to toe of the UK come together at Grocers’ Hall to mark the occasion.
The UK Heritage Awards are hosted by Visit Heritage, one of the UK’s leading heritage, tourism and destination marketing companies; Visit Heritage publishes Hudson’s heritage guide and the UK’s longest-running independent hotel guide, Signpost.
The winners of the UK Heritage Awards 2019 were crowned across twelve categories, plus Individual Award for Contribution to Heritage, which were adjudicated by a panel of judges formed of leading figures and experts on UK Heritage.