The IHBC’s Marsh Awards, developed in partnership with the Marsh Christian Trust, celebrates retired IHBC members and successful learners in heritage practice, with prizes that include £500 and a free place at the IHBC’s Annual School, while the IHBC’s President has written to members to call for more entries and to remind them of a closing date of 28 February 2018 for the current round.
David McDonald, IHBC President writes:
I just wanted to encourage you to consider promoting a nomination for the IHBC’s newly launched Marsh Awards for
- Successful Learning in Heritage Skills
- Community Contribution (Retired Member of the IHBC)
For learners, both the funding and the education from the School could be a critical step-up in their trade or career.
For retired members of the IHBC (all categories), if the cash is not a priority, it could be donated to another deserving cause, as well as raising its profile.
So please do consider promoting nominations or, for someone deserving that you know, completing the easy-fill form yourself, for one or both awards, as follows:
It does take a little effort, but could make all the difference to someone’s life skills or cherished projects.
Nomination forms must be submitted by February 28th each year…
- a brief description of the activities contributed or the skills mastered,
- how the individual made a difference to the benefit of the historic environment and/ or community through these activities or skills.
- supporting information, such as a pictures, documents or website references relating to the nomination, which can be uploaded to the online form or included with the postal form.
If you are not able to complete an online application, you can download an application form in either Word or PDF from the website and email the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org or post to Marsh Awards, IHBC, Jubilee House, High Street, Tisbury, Wiltshire SP3 6HA.
If you would like further guidance on your nomination please contact email@example.com.
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