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Grants

The King and Thubron Memorial Awards
from CBA Yorkshire
 
A grant of £200 is awarded biennially at our annual general meeting through the King and Thubron Memorial Award schemes. These are open to any archaeological project undertaken in Yorkshire by amateur or student groups or individuals.  Information on making applications for the award is distributed with AGM papers in the years it is awarded.
 
Additional grants may be made for other worthwhile projects at the discretion of the Management Committee.

The availability of grants in any one year will be contingent upon the availability of funds. Grants will not normally exceed £1000 in any one year. and Grants will be available to individuals, archaeological societies, groups or units (including professional units) providing the applicants are members of the CBA or CBA Yorkshire before receiving a grant. 

 


Eligible projects and activities

Grants may be awarded for projects which meet one or more of the aims of CBA Yorkshire for the following purposes:

  • Collection of data by means of fieldwork, excavation and/or documentary research etc.
  • Conservation of material of archaeological or historical interest
  • Processing of results, including evaluation and analysis of data and the preparation of reports
  • Purchase or hire of basic or specialist equipment
  • Purchase of specialised resources (e.g. radiocarbon dating, dendrochronology)
  • Presentation of results in book, report or other form of published data
  • Other projects concerned with the archaeology or history of Yorkshire

Applicants should not feel constrained by the above list if they have an innovative project related to the archaeological or historical environment which they wish to propose.

Our full Grants Policy is attached (below) and should be read by those seeking funding.

 

Other grants from CBA

CBA Challenge Funding, supported by English Heritage and Cadw, is intended to encourage independent, voluntary effort in making original contributions to the study and care of the historic environment. CBA Challenge Funding is open to applicants in England and Wales. Voluntary groups, societies and individuals are invited to put forward proposals to support new or existing innovative research projects, which will enhance the understanding of local heritage, and thus aid its future care. Applicants can ask for up to £750 | Find out more

 

 

 

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4 Dec 2010 12:20