Who can be Nominated?
The IHBC Marsh Award for Community Contribution (Retired Member) is open to any retired Full Member of the IHBC who has, since their retirement, worked on the historic environment for the good of a community.
The IHBC Marsh Award for Successful Learning in Heritage Skills is open to anyone who has acquired new technical skills related to the appropriate care, maintenance or improvement of buildings and their context.
Who can make a Nomination?
Anyone interested in how people care for our places may nominate an individual for either award as relevant, whether they are, for example, a teacher, fellow practitioner, client, civic representative, property owner or planner.
Entries will be judged by a panel consisting of representatives from the Marsh Christian Trust and the IHBC but the final decision lies with the Marsh Christian Trust, ensuring independence and giving real value to the winners in terms of the recognition earned.
The Awards will be presented at the IHBC Annual School in June each year. For results see Context, the IHBC’s journal, IHBC Annual School edition.
How to nominate
Complete the online form RETIRED or LEARNING giving details of the nominee and covering the following points:
You may nominate a person using our online form, linked below, but if you would prefer to post your nomination please download the form in Word or PDF here.
Email the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org or post to Marsh Awards, IHBC, Jubilee House, High Street, Tisbury, Wiltshire SP3 6HA.
Nomination forms must be submitted by March 31st each year.