Posted by: archaccess | March 7, 2013

Babergh Community Achievement Award for Nayland Resident

Andora Carver, a resident of Nayland in Suffolk who coordinated the Managing a Masterpiece community test pit excavations in the village last October (see here), was awarded a Babergh Community Achievement Award last night.

She received the award in recognition of her dedication to supporting members of the local community, working for the benefit of the local community, fundraising for local projects and involvement with local voluntary organisations.

All of us at Access Cambridge Archaeology congratulate Andora on her award, and thank her again for all her hard work and effort in making the Nayland communtiy test pit excavations a huge success last year.

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