Goodliff Awards Presentation 15th November 2018
Jane Adams (Alconbury), the publication of a children’s guide and illustrated booklet about the history of St Peter’s and St Paul’s Parish Church, Alconbury.
Jane Watson (Barham), the publication of an illustrated book, ‘Barham Huntingdonshire, a Village History’.
Beth Davis (Brampton), publication of the memoirs of Bert Goodwin, covering his 4 years of the North Africa campaign and his attachment to the SAS (Second Group) in 1943 at Monte Casino.
Stuart Orme (Cromwell Museum Trust), new signage and information boards to highlight the significance of the historic building and the Town’s connection with Oliver Cromwell.
Stephen Upex (Durobrivae), the Nene Valley Archaeological Trust magnetometer survey of the walled area of Roman Town of Durobrivae, near Peterborough. This survey will add considerably to the local, regional and national understanding of this pivotal Roman Town.
Joanna Borret (Elton), the publication by the All Saints Church of Elton Reformation Committee of information booklets and story boards on the history of the stained glass windows and the Saxon crosses in All Saints Church.
Peter Cooper (Holywell-cum-Needingworth), development and publication of on-line interactive maps of the village of Holywell-cum-Needingworth and the surrounding district showing ownership, buildings, census and other historical data integrated with multiple maps of the area.
Mike Addis (Huntingdon), funding to assist with the staging of a month long history festival in Huntingdon during July 2018 and 2019. The festival included period re-enactments, town walks, talks and lectures, guided tours of houses and museums, children’s and interactive activities, archaeological exhibitions and displays of the Town’s history.
Sarah Russell (Norris Museum), production of Key Stage 2 National Curriculum for history teaching and lesson materials, and interactive apps about Oliver Cromwell, the man and farmer, a friend or foe.
Roger Reynolds (Ramsey), publication of a book ‘Ramsey at War’ highlighting the effect of the Second World War during the period 1939 to 1946, on Ramsey and its inhabitants.