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Entries sought for the Natural Stone Awards 2018

December 2017

Stone Federation Great Britain has announced that entry for the Natural Stone Awards 2018 is now open.  The Awards is a biennial event and is established as the most prestigious awards event in the UK natural stone industry's calendar. 

The Awards provide a chance for the industry to showcase the wide range of applications possible with natural stone and to demonstrate its true potential as a building material.  Entries can be made by anyone involved in the project including the architect, main contractor, stone contractor, stone supplier, client or building owner.

Stone Federation’s Chief Executive, Jane Buxey commented, “We are encouraging all those involved in the natural stone industry to enter their projects into the Natural Stone Awards 2018.  This is a great opportunity to gain widespread recognition for your practice or company and products or services that you provide.”

Projects can be entered digitally or by postal entry.  To download the Natural Stone Awards entry form, go to bit.ly/2018AwardsEntry and either send the completed form to sara@stonefed.org.uk, or print off the form and post it to Stone Federation Great Britain, Channel Business Centre, Ingles Manor, Castle Hill Avenue, Folkestone, Kent, CT20 2RD.

The Natural Stone Awards are split into nine categories, each celebrating and showcasing a different aspect of the natural stone industry.For full details, visit www.stonefed.org.uk

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