An inspiring project looking at the impact of the First World War on rural communities has been announced as winner of prestigious Community Archive & Heritage Award.
Led by The Dartmoor Trust, Dartmoor Life in WW1, which runs between 2014 -2018 commemorates the part played by Dartmoor and its people during the First World War. The ...
Milford Street Bridge Project, a community heritage and arts project based in Salisbury in Wiltshire, have been announced as the Community Archive and Heritage Group of the Year!
The winners of the 2015 Community Archive & Heritage Awards were announced at the Community Archive and Heritage Groups (CAHG) annual conference in London. The Awards, which are ...
‘Most Inspirational’ Community Archive and Heritage Group
The winner is the Jura Development Trust for ‘Jura Lives’.
Jura Lives was also awarded overall Community Archive and Heritage Group of the Year.
‘Most Innovative’ Community Archive and Heritage Group
The winner is Norfolk Medieval Graffiti Survey.
The Norfolk Medieval Graffiti Survey is a volunteer led project established in 2010 to undertake ...
The Isle of Jura – with a population of about 200 – has been named ‘Community Archive and Heritage Group of the Year’ for its oral history project ‘Jura Lives’, which interviewed people about their memories of the island’s unique way of life and created a new sound archive.
The award was announced at the annual conference ...
Award Winners Announced at the Seventh Annual Conference 2013
Award Winners Announced at the Sixth Annual Conference 2012