Deadline for applications is midnight, 28 May 2023.
Nomination form: Community Archaeology Project of the Year
This Award recognises and promotes the results of research and/or fieldwork led by community groups which have made a substantial contribution to knowledge and wellbeing. It is awarded annually to a voluntary group active in the UK. The winning project will receive £1,000.
Name and contact information of the person nominating:
Is the project aware of the nomination?
Would you like the identity of those nominating to be kept anonymous?
Please tell us in no more than 1000 words why they deserve the award and how they meet one or more of the following criteria:
The project was accessible to a wide audience and demonstrated evidence of an inclusive approach to participation.
The project led to enhanced wellbeing for participants.
The project provided a variety of hands-on training and up-skilling opportunities for participants.
Text can include website and video links and other content.
If the project is nominating themselves, please include a testimonial of no more than 500 words from someone else who knows about the project, for example an archaeologist or fellow volunteer.
Please submit a minimum of 1 and a maximum of 5 high-resolution (1-2MB) images to support the nomination and for use in the publicity of the Awards.
Please provide an image description and details of who to credit for each image here:
I confirm that the image(s) supplied with this application can be used by the CBA to promote the Marsh Community Archaeological Awards.
Online nomination forms should be submitted by the closing date on 28th May 2023.