Thursday, 3 November 2016

World Wide Robin Hood Society Award to the Sherwood Forest Archaeology Project and Mercian Archaeological Services CIC

We are extremely proud to announce that:

The Sherwood Forest Archaeology and History Project and Mercian Archaeological Services CIC have won an award from the World-Wide Robin Hood Society for "Engaging people in the heritage, history & archaeology of Sherwood Forest".

Robin Hood and Sherwood Forest Award Andy Gaunt Community Archaeology Nottinghamshire Mercian Archaeological Services
Picture: Andy Gaunt, Director, Mercian Archaeological Services CIC (right), and  Robin Hood (Ade Andrews) aka Ezekial Bone (left) receiving awards from  Bob White, Chairman of the World-wide Robin Hood Society (centre).

The "Feather in Your Cap" Awardpresented to Mercian recognises the hard work, expertise and dedication we have put in over the years to investigating, interpreting and promoting the heritage of our world famous #SherwoodForest and King John's Palace.

We also received the award alongside our dear friend the one and only Mr Robin Hood himself Ezekial Bone, aka Ade Andrews- who received a special award for his long term dedication to promoting Robin Hood to the world!

Well done Ade and well done us!

Thank you to the World-Wide #RobinHood Society for your recognition, to Chairman Bob White for presenting the award to Andy Gaunt Mercian Archin front of the statue of our iconic hero outside Nottingham Castle,

...and thank you to everyone for your continued support!!

For more information see the project homepage at: http://mercian-as.co.uk/sherwoodforest.html


Robin Hood and Sherwood Forest Award Andy Gaunt Community Archaeology Nottinghamshire Mercian Archaeological Services
Picture: Andy Gaunt, Director, Mercian Archaeological Services CIC (right), and  Robin Hood (Ade Andrews) aka Ezekial Bone (left) receiving awards from  Bob White, Chairman of the World-wide Robin Hood Society (centre).

Robin Hood and Sherwood Forest Award Andy Gaunt Community Archaeology Nottinghamshire Mercian Archaeological Services
Picture: Andy Gaunt, Director, Mercian Archaeological Services CIC (left), and Sean Crossley, Driector, Mercian Archaeological Services CIC (right) receiving award from  Bob White, Chairman of the World-wide Robin Hood Society (centre).

Robin Hood and Sherwood Forest Award Andy Gaunt Community Archaeology Nottinghamshire Mercian Archaeological Services
Picture: Andy Gaunt, Director, Mercian Archaeological Services CIC (right), receiving award from  Bob White, Chairman of the World-wide Robin Hood Society (left).

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