The Society has limited funds available to award a grant to individuals researching any aspect
of the history or archaeology of Canterbury and its region. It is envisaged that a grant would
not normally exceed £500.
Preference would be given to work resulting in publication in any media.
The latest round of applications (made in writing to the Honorary Secretary of the Grants Committee) closed at midnight, 30th June 2021.
Letters should mention:
The nature and length of your research
The title of your project
The stage you have reached in your research
The sum of money you are applying for, including a breakdown of the total by type of expense
Any additional funding anticipated from other sources
Your proposals for publication
Your anticipated timetable.
You may be asked to name a referee whom the Committee making the grant could consult.
If successful, you would be expected to account for the money spent and give a copy of any article, pamphlet, etc., to the Society. A recipient may be invited to give a lecture to the Society at one of its monthly meetings. A summary of your research may be published on the Society’s website: www.canterbury-archaeology.org.uk
For further details, please contact the Honorary Secretary of the Grants Committee:
Mr. Barrie Beeching
Or by email – [email protected]
19th August 2021
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