We have announced the shortlist for the Archaeological Achievement Awards!

Keep reading to find out who has been shortlisted.

Overall Achievement Awards

The winner of the Overall Achievement Awards will be chosen from the shortlist of nominations and the winners of each of the award categories.

Shorne Woods Archaeology Group

Operation Nightingale

Stephen Sherlock, For The Street House Neolithic Saltern

The Irish Archaeology Field School (IAFS)

Dr Chloe Duckworth

Ali Cameron

Middlesex Hospital Annex

Archaeological Innovation

Derbyshire Scout Archaeology Badge

Changing Minds

Changing Coasts (CMCC)

Highland Archaeological Research Framework

Early Career Archaeologist

Zoe Arthurs

Grace Griffith

Isabelle Johnsen

Dr Iris Kramer

Liam Hand & Samantha Purchase representing Students of Sheffield Uni for ‘Save Sheffield Archaeology’

Engagement and Participation Award

D‐Day Stories from the Walls: Recording heritage and disseminating the untold stories of Second World War troops

Operation Nightingale

Clontymullan Fort Co. Fermanagh, Community Archaeological Excavation

Public Engagement: CITiZAN’s Digital Response to the Pandemic

Lifelong Learning in Lockdown

The Fewston Churchyard Assemblage

Killaclohane Portal Tombs Project

Highland Archaeological Research Framework

Scotland’s Rock Art Project (ScRAP)

Learning, Training and Skills Award

Behaviours & the Art of Applied Learning in Archaeology

The Tomb and the Museum. A grassroots approach to heritage education based on Killaclohane Portal Tomb, County Kerry

MOLA Early Career Archaeologist Programmes

UCD Centre for Experimental Archaeology and Material Culture (CEAMC)

Wessex Archaeology Formal Learning Programme (FLP)

Leeds Museums and Galleries Primary School Membership and Curriculum Planning

Public Dissemination or Presentation Award

Cuilcagh to Cleenish Memory Map

Pop Idol

The Elaine Evans Archaeology Gallery

#Rooswijk1740: Excavating and Inspiring

A Song in Stone: exploring Scotland’s Neolithic rock art

Hidden Histories of Leicester

The unsilent Stones

St Mary’s Field Museum

The winners of the Archaeological Achievement Awards will be announced on the 7th of December at an awards ceremony at Edinburgh Castle, with attendees from across the archaeological sector. The venue has been kindly provided for the occasion by Historic Environment Scotland and a live streaming of the event, sponsored by MOLA, will also be available.

RT @InstituteArch: We'd like to congratulate all the winners and runners up at yesterdays British Archaeological Awards ceremony @BAAWARDSUK
RT @AmandaFeath: Wonderful people make great archaeological projects. A great celebration of both today with @CarenzaLewis @BAAWARDSUK http…
RT @Nathalie_Cohen: Very excited for @KnoleNT to have won Best Archaeological Project @BAAWARDSUK! https://t.co/QBiA92qJtj
RT @ThamesDiscovery: Congratulations to our colleagues at @CITiZAN1 and @MOLArchaeology for winning @BAAWARDSUK, and to our friends @KnoleN
RT @MOLArchaeology: We are so excited that #LondonMithraeum @Bloomberg SPACE has has been recognised with the British Archaeological Award…
Congratulations to all the winners at this evening’s .⁦@BAAWARDSUK⁩ from the Trustees & compère .⁦@CarenzaLewis⁩. T… https://t.co/t7YGezszEP
We have every reason to be optimistic says Carenza Lewis our compère for the awards this evening https://t.co/qH8NRhvR1s
Well done everyone. You are all amazing! https://t.co/lQMiWvALrt
RT @allisonl: @BAAWARDSUK winners for best public display of Archeology is the London Mithreaum Bloomberg SPACE #baawards https://t.co/aQtP…
RT @CoastArch: Wow... Joint winners, with @CITiZAN1 of the BAA best community project award!!! https://t.co/0n1pxd8g7A