About History 2015 - 2016 Enham Trust opens Bradbury Place, a development consisting of eight fully accessible one and two bedroom apartments in Andover town Centre on 27th August 2015. The apartments were officially opened by Hugh Inman of the Bradbury Foundation. Designed in collaboration with Winchester architects Design Engine and a panel of Enham Trust’s disabled clients, Bradbury Place won the Richard Feilden Award at the 2015 Housing Design Awards, recognising the development as the best example of housing enabled by the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA). In October 2015, Enham Alamein village was awarded joint winner of the Hampshire & Isle of Wight ‘Village of the Year’ Awards, sharing the honour with the largest village in England, Bembridge, on the Isle of Wight. The demolition of historic Cedar Park development began in December 2015. For more than two decades, Cedar Park stood empty due to asbestos fears and marks the start of a new long term development. Following the previous year’s success, the ‘Village of the Year’ Awards ceremony was held in Enham Alamein, receiving a further two awards for 2016; ‘Highly Commended’ in the ‘Village of the Year’ Award, and achieving 1st place in the ‘Excellence in Localism’ Award; recognising the village’s visionary work.