British Archaeological Awards - winners announed
Established in 1976, the British Archaeological Awards are a showcase for the best in British archaeology and a central event in the archaeological calendar.
Yesterday’s ceremony, attended by the DCMS Minister for Tourism & Heritage John Penrose MP, and hosted by historian and broadcaster Michael Wood, was a key event within the Council for British Archaeology’s two-week Festival of British Archaeology, a huge UK-wide celebration of archaeology with more than 750 events running from 17 July to 1 August.
More information and full details of the winners can be seen on the CBA website. The Institute passes its congratulations on to all winners, in particular IfA Registered L-P Archaeology who designed the website for the Thames Discovery Programme, winner of best representation of archaeology in the media.