Annual Awards

Our John Robert Clough Awards remember a former chairman of Dronfield Civic Society and recognise those who make a significant contribution to improving aspects of the town.

These awards were introduced in 2012 and examples of activities and projects which could qualify for this award include:

  • A new building

  • The restoration of an old building or feature

  • Improvements in the local street scene

  • The removal or improvement of unattractive areas

  • Environmental work to enhance the town

2018 Award Winners

The winner of the 2018 JRC Awards was Chiverton Developments for the great improvement to the street scene made by the new properties and refurbishment of Damside House in the Conservation Area of Dronfield Bottom.

Highly Commended was Poppy Embankment at Dronfield Henry Fanshawe School for a memorable contribution to Dronfield’s Remembrance Commemoration in 2017.

Commended Awards went to The Dronfield Foot Clinic for an imaginatively-designed, modern building on a tiny and challenging site controversially located within the Conservation Area, Wine World for imaginative conversion of the tiny building and an extensive range of products attractively displayed and The Hyde Park Inn for revitalising the Inn and transforming the garden area with attractive planting and seating.

You can use the slider above to see images of recent and previous winners. Click the info symbol to read about each of those featured. 

Click the button below to nominate someone to receive an award for 2019. You can do so from the 1st of January 2019 until the end of February.