2019 Goodliff Award Winners:
Porch Museum Godmanchester (David Stokes): Purchase of additional information boards for the Museum to display information on the history of Queen Elizabeth School and the photographs of local photographer Alfred Hendry.
Peter Cooper: Purchase 1888, 1901 and 1927 maps of Holywell-cum-Needingworth to update Maps for M4OPS project
Ian Dobson: Research of documents at Lincoln Archives, Ely Diocese records Cambridge University Library, Huntingdon Archdeaconry records and Quaker records in Cambridgeshire Archives for information on the History of Religious Identity and Experience in St Ives from the 16th Century to the Present Day and Relationships across Denominational Boundaries.
Cambridgeshire County Council (Sally Croft): The preservation, repackaging and cataloguing of the extensive research material of the late Michael Green of his research and exploration of the history of Godmanchester.
Cromwell Museum Trust (Stuart Orme, Curator): Reprint of Mrs Joan (Elizabeth) Cromwell’s Cook Book.
Michael Addis: Purchase Lego pieces to allow Mike to build models of Huntingdonshire Historic Buildings etc. for exhibition.
Friends of St Mary’s Church, Godmanchester (Adrian Sington , Chairman): Publication of a book on the history of the Parich Church. Written by Dr Ken Sneath.
Norris Museum (Hannah Vandridge): Learning and Outreach programme for schools for Key Stage 1 and 2 on Huntingdonshire’s Local History.
Ramsey Rural Museum (Dr Ian Gaunt, Curator): Encourage childrens interest in local history by developing and publishing information cards as an ‘I-Spy’ Challenge for children aged between 5 – 7 years visiting the museum.
Sawtry History Society (Phillip Hill, Chairman): Continued investigation and excavation of the Vinegar Hill site near to Sawtry for further evidence of Roman occupation. This is a part of the larger project to investigate the Roman occupation of the Ermine Street road between Alconbury and Sawtry.
St Mary the Virgin Church, Leighton Bromswold (Hugh West):Publication of a book ‘Leighton Bromswold, its History, its Community and its Church’
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