We have received entries from a wider range of organisations, including community groups, community arts and wellbeing organisations, museums, galleries, national heritage organisations and interpretation practitioners.
The full list of finalists by each category can be found in the Awards section of the AHI website.
Reimagining Wordsworth - The Wordsworth Trust & Nissen Richards Studio, Grasmere
Marble Hill Revived - English Heritage & Skellon Studio, London
National Famine Museum – Tandem & Irish Heritage Trust / Westward Holdings Ltd, Strokestown Estate, County Roscommon
Outdoors category - Sponsored by NovaDura
Revealing, Reviving and Restoring Great Linford Manor Park - The Parks Trust & Outside Studios, Milton Keynes
More Than Words - Sensory Trust, St Austell, Cornwall
Temporary Event or Activity category - Sponsored by BeWunder
The Future Belongs To What Was As Much As What Is by Morag Myerscough at Housesteads Roman Fort - English Heritage, near Hexham
Permissible Beauty - Historic Royal Palaces, Hampton Court Palace, Surrey & University of Leicester
OOT & Aboot – Talking Coquetdale - The Out of Town (OOT) Museum, part of Bailiffgate Museum & Gallery, Alnwick
Online & Remote Engagement category
No entrants shortlisted.
Community Engagement category - Sponsored by Tandem Design
South Asia Gallery; A British Museum partnership - Manchester Museum & South Asia Gallery Collective, Manchester
Rebuilding Lives 50 years of Ugandan Asians - Navrang Arts, Leicester
Exchange Project - SS Great Britain Trust, Bristol
Open All Hours - New Opportunities Wirksworth & inHeritage
Calling Out Climate Change category - Sponsored by The Way Design
A World of Good – Wakefield Museums & Castles, Wakefield
Changes in a Lifetime – Climate Cafes - Stromness Museum (Orkney Natural History Society Museum), Stromness