National Transport Trust Awards

National Transport Trust (est. 1965 as Transport Trust) is the national body which promotes and encourages the preservation and restoration of Britain’s transport heritage in all its forms – road, rail, wings and water.

One of the particular aims of the Trust is to encourage the next generation, not just restorers but volunteers, apprentices and participants in the Heritage Transport movement.
Each year the Trust seeks out young individuals in particular worthy of recognition, and one is selected as “Young Preservationist of the Year”.

The hunt is on. The Transport Heritage movement is a huge one, so the Trust needs your help to identify candidates and nominate them. This award recognises the achievements of young people (under the age of 20) in the Heritage Transport Preservation Movement. The winner receives a financial reward.

Followers and others are invited in particular to propose nominations for the Young Preservationist of the year, and doing so could not be easier, they should just fill in the online nomination form:

There are loads of young folk out there following in the footsteps of the older generation.
Let’s get them recognised!