Clive Peacock Memorial Award 2009

The winner for 2009 is Dawn Hodgson, who was nominated for all the work she has done in two key areas for the Society. Firstly, as Finds Supervisor for the annual training excavation, where she has been responsible for the washing, identification and marking of all the finds during the last eight years and secondly for the osteo-archaeological input she has provided, particularly during 2008 with the Romano-British burials at Combe Down and Thomas Street.

About the Clive Peacock Memorial Award

Clive was a very active member of BACAS and the Committee decided to grant, in his memory, an annual award to the nominated member who is considered to have made the most important contribution to the Society during the previous year.