Goodliff Awards for 2020
Cromwell Museum (Stuart Orme Curator). Joint Cromwell Museum and Norris Museum application to create children’s Key Stage 1 resource Activity packs and baskets carried by the 17th Century pedlar/roving traders in Huntingdonshire.
Godmanchester Museum (David Stokes). Preparation and production of 2 display boards on the local landscape, natural history and wildlife of Godmanchester. In addition create 2 family history display boards.
Huntingdonshire History Festival (Michael Addis). Providing financial support for a number of children’s activities during the 2020 History Festival.
Nene Valley Archaeology Trust (Dr Stephen Upex). Excavation of a Romano-Celtic shrine/temple in the Roman Town of Durobrivae
Ramsey Abbey Community Archaeology Project (Roger Mould). Publication of a ‘Dig Diary’ booklet providing information on the project, work carried out and the people involved with the excavations at Abbey in Ramsey
Ramsey Rural Museum (Dr Ian Gaunt, Curator). Preparation and printing of booklet and banners on the history of the Museum, Abbey and the Fellowes family
St Neots Museum (Liz Davies, Curator). Collect oral history testimonials about St Neots and the surrounding area during WW2, transcribe them and publish in a booklet about St Neots in the Second World War
Mrs Kate Hadley. Create Godmanchester and Cambridgeshire Roman, Iron Age and other Ancient Treasures website and image bank.
Professor David Yeandle. Preparation and publication of a book on the Rev. Dr John Hunt, Curate of All Saints Church St Ives (1865-66)
Mrs Dorothy Ann James. Research into and preparation of biographical records of the Huntingdonshire convicts sentenced to transportation. Year 1 purchase of computer, software and membership of research databases. Document first 160 biographies. This will be a 4 year family history project with likely requests for support for the remaining 3 years.
Previous Goodliff Award Winners
Information and photographs of previous years awards and recipients can be accessed through the links below:
Goodliff Awards for 2013 – no awards were given.
Goodliff Award Publications
Some of the previous winners of a Goodliff Award have published books or leaflets, here are a few examples [here]