The Clive Peacock Award goes to the nominated member who has made the most important contribution to BACAS over the past year. Henry Lowe made the presentation at the February 2021 Special General Meeting on Zoom:
“At this point in the evening it’s my great pleasure to announce the winner of this year’s Clive Peacock award. There were a number of candidates, all of whom have contributed their efforts to advancing the works of the society.
“This year’s winner not only managed to squeeze in a successful project in collaboration with the National Trust but also represented the society in the establishment of the online lecture series. The winner is … Tim Lunt.
“I’m sorry I can’t be there to hand his prize to Tim in person but I’m reliably informed he now has his own copy of the History of Britain in Maps.”
Photo: Tim Lunt displays his prize in the Zoom meeting.
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.