Last chance approaches for IHBC’s Marsh Awards: Your chance to nominate ‘successful learners’ – closing 31 March

The closing date approaches for the IHBC’s Marsh Award for ‘successful learning in heritage skills’, with a prize that includes £500 and a free place at the IHBC’s Brighton 2021 Annual School, and with nominations closing on 31 March.

…recognise the contribution of an individual for their significant learning…

IHBC President Mike Brown said: ‘Please do nominate someone deserving that you know, so they can be thanked and celebrated for their achievements as follows:

  • IHBC Marsh Award for ‘Successful Learning in Heritage Skills’ is designed to recognise the contribution of an individual for their significant learning in traditional building activities and craft skills.

‘I know it does take a little effort, but could make all the difference to someone’s life skills or cherished projects.’

To nominate, all you need do is complete an easy-fill form:

For full details visit the website

For more see the NewsBlog

If you are not able to complete an online application, you can download an application form in either Word or PDF from the website.  Then email the completed form to or post to Marsh Awards, IHBC, Jubilee House, High Street, Tisbury, Wiltshire SP3 6HA.

If you would like further guidance on your nomination please contact Michael Netter at

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