Last night, the Conway Mill Preservation Trust won a national award for the best use of heritage in a regeneration project.
Chairman, Jim Neeson, collected the award at the ceremony at Lancaster Hotel, London which celebrated projects that have contributed to the economic development and social rejuventation of cities and communities across the UK.
Jim said: "For the Mill, the trustees, committees and local community, it is fantastic for the project to be recognsied. We must give credit to The Prince's Regeneration Trust as we couldn't have done it withouth them. It shows what a community can do when its puts its mind to it."