2007 Awards

The 2007 Interpret Britain and Ireland Awards were presented at a ceremony at the Cliffs of Moher Experience, Co Clare, in November 2007. Frank Kelly, the actor best-known for his performance as Father Jack in the comedy series 'Father Ted', was AHI's guest of honour and presented the certificates to the winners.

The details of each Award and Commendation winner give the text of the original judges' comments.
A gallery in Kelvingrove museum

Award

Kelvingrove New Century Project

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum


A radical re-imagining of one of Glasgow's iconic museums.

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A 1930s flying boat on display in the museum

Award

Foynes Flying Boat Museum

Foynes Flying Boat Museum and Jack Harrison


An well-set evocation of a remarkable period in Irish aviation history.

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Inside the Cliffs of Moher experience

Award

Atlantic Edge Exhibition

Cliffs of Moher Experience and Martello Media


A well considered and atmospheric introduction to the famous cliffs.

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Bath played a key role in British postal historyPillar boxes figure largely in the exhibition

Commendation

Bath Postal Museum

Bath Postal Museum Trustees and Imagemakers


A museum of postal history with lots of interactivity

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A child looks at one of the displays in the centre

Commendation

Battle Abbey and Battleground

English Heritage


An ambitious re-telling of the story of King Harold's unlucky day.

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Artwork from the Paws on the Moors leaflet

Commendation

Paws on the Moors

Peak District National Park Authority


An imaginative project that aims to communicate good dog-handling practice.

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Part of the displays in the Runnymede Room

Commendation

The Runnymede Room

Chertsey Museum


A high-quality addition to a local museum.

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Local residents helping to make items for display

Commendation

Staircase House

Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council


Local people were closely involved in this restoration project, which followed a disastrous fire.

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