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Young Archaeologists' Clubs in the West Midlands

The West Midlands currently has three branches of the Young Archaeologists' Club.

Museum of Cannock Chase Young Archaeologists' Club

Museum of Cannock Chase YAC Branch, Museum of Cannock Chase, Valley Road, Hednesford, Staffordshire WS12 1TD
Diane Sanders, telephone: 01543 877666

Ironbridge Young Archaeologists' Club

Ironbridge YAC Branch, Ironbridge Gorge Museum, Coach Road, Coalbrookdale, Telford, Shropshire TF8 7DQ
Shane Kelleher, telephone: 01952 435900

Worcestershire Young Archaeologists' Club

Worcestershire YAC Branch, Worcestershire County Council, The Hive, Sawmill Walk, The Butts, Worcester WR1 3PB
Deborah Overton, telephone: 01905 855 494

The Marsh Archaeology Award is made to an individual or voluntary group, active in the United Kingdom, in order to recognise and promote high quality engagement with the stewardship of the archaeological heritage of the UK. A shortlist was drawn up by a selection panel consisting of the Council for British Archaeology's Director, the Director of Archaeology Scotland, and an appointed CBA trustee. Also shortlisted were Gloucester City's Clutch Clinic Community Group (highly commended) and the Dartmoor Cairn Survey and Repair Project, which was awarded the overall prize of £1000.

Members of the Worcestershire Young Archaeologists Club were invited to attend the CBA's Winter General Meeting to give a presentation on the project and to receive a commendation certificate, presented by the award's sponsor Brian Marsh OBE.

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Members of Worcestershire Young Archaeologists Club form "WYAC" on the steps of the British Academy after the presentation of their commendation certificate on March 7th 2011

Various materials that were produced during the course of the Northwick Manor Community Heritage Project, are now available via our website. These include a fully digitised version of Doharty's Map of the Manor of Claines from 1751-3, fieldwork reports, oral history transcriptions and research on the area. Details of the heritage trail are also available, for anyone that would like to visit!

Sheena Payne-Lunn
Worcestershire Young Archaeologists Club

More information on YAC activities nationally can be found on the main YAC website.

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