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TARRADALE THROUGH TIME NOMINATED FOR CURRENT ARCHAEOLOGY RESEARCH PROJECT OF THE YEAR: WE NEED YOUR VOTE!

by Eric Grant, James McComas - 10:58 on 02 December 2020

TARRADALE THROUGH TIME is delighted to announce that we are on the shortlist for the Current Archaeology magazine research project of the year. This is great recognition for all the effort and support from the many people that been involved with TARRADALE THROUGH TIME. It is your opportunity to vote for us and to get as many of your friends and colleagues to vote for us as well.

We are up against stiff competition but anyone who is aware of TARRADALE THROUGH TIME will know what an important project this is from a purely archaeological and research point of view but also how successful it has been as an exercise in community archaeology by engaging with the local community and nurturing their understanding that archaeology is for everyone. 

 

Voting is available to anyone (not only readers of Current Archaeology) by going to the following link:

https://www.archaeology.co.uk/awards/research-project-of-the-year-2021.htm?

 

Scroll down the page to find more information on the TARRADALE THROUGH TIME nomination and then hit the click here to cast your vote! button. You will be able to select Tarradale Through Time in the Research Projects section of the voting page. If you don't have that full website address go on to the Current Archaeology web address and click on Awards at the top and work your way through the different categories until you get Project of the Year then the TTT project and click to vote.

 

TELL YOUR FRIENDS AND COLLEAGUES! WE NEED EVERY VOTE WE CAN GET.

 

The original Current Archaeology article, "SECRETS OF THE BLACK ISLE: Tracing Tarradale through 10,000 years", can be read here.


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