SAVE photographer shortlisted for Welsh heritage award
Photo: Engedi Chapel, Caernafon, Gwynedd by Barry Eveleigh
Since 2016, Barry has researched and updated around 5,000 of the 6,600 entries on RCAHMW's database of Welsh chapels, using his skills as a photographer to record the interiors of those that have closed and which are especially vulnerable to loss. He continues to work on completing the survey and is planning a book highlighting the plight of the Welsh chapel.
Barry, together with his wife, Genesis, has made a huge contribution to the work of SAVE, photographing on a voluntary basis the majority of buildings appearing in SAVE Britain's Heritage's annual buildings at risk catalogue for the last four years.
We congratulate him and wish him well for the awards ceremony which will be held at Caerphilly Castle on 8 November.
Click here for a link to RCAHMW's website and a full list of the other categories and shortlisted projects. The Heritage Angel Awards are sponsored by the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation.