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Pub Saving Award

About the Award 

The Pub Saving Award recognises people that have come together to save a pub that would have otherwise been demolished or converted to another use. It aims to secure publicity for pub-saving campaigns to encourage others to save their local.

Nominate a Pub

Nominations are now open for the 2019 award and can be submitted using the form below.

A panel of judges reviews the campaigning efforts of community groups across the country to highlight just what pub campaigning can achieve with the right tools and people behind it.

The closing date is 1 December.

Nominate a Pub

Closing date – 1 December 2019

Current Winner

Winner: Save the Packhorse Project

The Save the Packhorse Project was set up in response to the much loved Packhorse Inn being sold to new owners, who planned to convert the 150-year-old village pub into a residence with ground floor office space.

Campaigners secured the support of the local council and residents, launching a petition which gained media coverage. They organised pop-up bar to raise funds and eventually were able to buy the pub as a community. It has now undergone huge renovations and reopened its doors exactly 400 years since its earliest days as an alehouse.

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