There are three categories of award open for nominations;
- The Marsh Award for Community Archaeology recognises and promotes the results of research and/or fieldwork led by community groups which have made a substantial contribution to knowledge and wellbeing.
- The Young Archaeologist of the Year Award is for a young person or group of young people under the age of 18 who have made an outstanding contribution to community archaeology.
- The Community Archaeologist of the Year Award is for an individual who has inspired others to share their love of archaeology.
Nominations are open until 3 September and the awards ceremony will form part of the CBA’s AGM and De Cardi lecture.
Last year's winners
- Marsh Archaeology Award for Young Archaeologist of the Year 2016: Nathaniel Tegg
- Community Archaeologist of the Year 2016: Liz Caldwell
- Marsh Archaeology Award for Community Archaeology 2016: The Roman Aylsham Project
Full details of the 2016 winners and their work can be found here.