A project to rescue the site of a historic battle has been shortlisted for a prestigious award.
The Remembering Flodden Project is one of five on the shortlist for the best rescue of any other type of historic building or site in the 2013 English Heritage Angel Awards.
The project was set up in 2003 to preserve the site of the 1513 battle. It now has a battlefield trail, interpretation boards and ‘the smallest visitor centre in the world’, housed in a disused BT phone box.
Voting is now open for the four award categories. Visit http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/caring/angel-awards/vote2013
Prizes will be presented in London in October.