The Noel Turner Award

1987 – Inception of the Hadleigh Society Award

Noel Turner was one of the founders of the Hadleigh Society and chairman in 1990.  He was an expert in antiques and an auctioneer, hence the logo for the award which we renamed after him.

The Selection Criteria

This award is made in recognition of outstanding improvements to, or conservation of, Hadleigh’s buildings or environment. It will be an individual framed commendation.

Nominations for the award should:-

  • be sympathetic with the surroundings
  • integrate with their surroundings
  • display a high quality of workmanship
  • be an example of good practice

The award will not necessarily be made each year, but there may be more than one award in a year.

Nominations are invited from members. The nominations will be considered by the Executive Committee, if necessary with the benefit of appropriate expert advice, and any awards will be presented at a Society meeting. Nominations for the award should include written comments and reasons for the nomination together with supporting evidence and should be sent to the Secretary, Hadleigh Society.

Seventeen Awards have been presented over the past 30 years since the inception of the award, as listed below. 

This list gives an overview.  You can find out more about a particular property by clicking for the report or the details. If you go to the latter, note the instructions at the top of that page. 

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