Joan Humble, Chairman of Blackpool Civic Trust, has praised the work of the winners of the Civic Trust's Awards for 2013.
The Annual Awards Dinner, the highlight of Blackpool Civic Trust's year and a showcase of best new build, excellent design and environmental work in the community, took place at Blackpool Football club.
Jimmy Armfield, one of the Trust's Patrons, presented the awards.
Mrs Humble said: "The evening was a celebration of achievement involving a wide range of organisations and individuals, ranging from school children to architects and builders and local volunteers. My congratulations go to all of them.
Andy Mitchell announced the winners and Gerry Wolstenholme gave a talk about the Development of Blackpool Football Club.
The winners of the awards are:
BisphamEndowed Primary School won the Schools Environmental Shield,
Pietro Simone for Blackpool Nature Watch won the Blackpool Environmental Action Team Award,
Ian Clarkson of Blackpool Councils Property Services Department won the Blackpool Council Conservation Award,
The Friends of Highfield Park won the Community Award,
Trinity Hospice Gardens won the Open Spaces Award,
Michaels Indian Restaurant won the Best Night Time Economy Award,
The Cherry Tree Pub won the Best Refurbishment,
Best New Building was shared by Highfield Humanities College and Blackpool Gateway Academy.
Blackpool Tower and Blackpool Illuminations won the award for Transforming Blackpool.
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