Marsh Community Archaeology Awards 2023 now open
Nominations for this year’s Marsh Community Archaeology Awards are now open!
The awards are UK-wide and are run by the CBA with the support of the Marsh Charitable Trust. We hope that you might have one or two dedicated YAC members, a branch, or project you would like to nominate.
This year there are four award categories:
- Community Archaeologist of the Year – This award recognises an individual volunteer or professional who is going above and beyond their role to contribute to community archaeology.
- 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.
- Young Archaeologist of the Year – This award is for a young person under the age of 18 who has made an outstanding contribution to community archaeology or a youth engagement project.
- Youth Engagement Project of the Year – This award is for a project that has made an outstanding contribution to archaeology and youth engagement, ensuring that the participation of young people was central to the delivery of the work.
You can find more details and a link to the nomination forms here – https://www.yac-uk.org/news/marsh-awards-2023