Marsh Young Archaeologist of the Year Award
This Award is run in partnership with the Council for British Archaeology and celebrates individuals and groups who carry out exceptional archaeological work within their communities and help to sustain our cultural heritage for future generations.
This Award was first presented in 2014 and recognises a young person or group of young people under the age of 18 who have made an outstanding contribution to community archaeology.
Nominations are made via the Council for British Archaeology website and judged in partnership with the MCT.
Pictured above: Young Archaeologists Club, started by Liz Caldwell, 2016 winner of the Marsh Community Archaeologist of the Year Award