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Louth ‘Pride of Place’ Award 2014

Andrew Farrow received the award on behalf of Norris Farrow and Sarah Doe from David Robinson and James Laverack. Also present were Mayor David Wing and his wife Phyllis. EMN-140425-183303001

Andrew Farrow received the award on behalf of Norris Farrow and Sarah Doe from David Robinson and James Laverack. Also present were Mayor David Wing and his wife Phyllis. EMN-140425-183303001

The Louth Civic Trust’s “Pride of Place” award ceremony took place on Thursday April 24 at the Conoco Room in Louth Library, as part of the Civic Trust’s Annual General Meeting.

The winners of the prestigious award were Norris Farrow and his partner Sarah Doe, for their restoration of 177-185 Eastgate, a row of terraced houses opposite the Trinity Centre.

The award was received on their behalf by Andrew Farrow, presented by Louth Civic Trust Chairman James Laverack and President David Robinson. The Mayor and Mayoress of Louth were also in attendance.

Mr Laverack said: “We are all about preserving Louth’s architectural heritage, and we gave the award to those who we feel enhanced the street scene”.

To join the Louth Civic Trust or for more details, call Mr Laverack on 07958 453636.

 

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