IHBC Marsh Awards nominations sought by 31/3: ‘Retired IHBC’ & ‘Successful learning’

MarshAwardFrontBrdThe IHBC is seeking nominations for its two new ‘Marsh Awards’, launched by the institute at our 2015 Annual School in Norwich, which celebrate respectively:

  • the contribution of retired IHBC members to local communities, and
  • successful learning in heritage-related skills, and with nominations to be received by March 31 annually.

The IHBC Marsh Award for Community Contribution (Retired Member) is offered to celebrate the contribution of a retired IHBC member to the community (e.g. through BPT involvement, neighbourhood planning, civic and local trusts with heritage interests).

The Marsh Award for Successful Learning in Heritage Skills is designed to recognise an individual’s achievements in new learning related to traditional or historic buildings or related heritage activities.

Each award is marked by a certificate, and a free residential place at the IHBC’s renowned Annual School in June each year, worth about £500, and £500 cash, with cheques written directly to the winners.

Nominations for the awards must be made by March 31 annually.

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