Ely & District Archaeological Society have a fund to make financial contributions to 13-18 year olds based in Ely, Cambridgeshire and the surrounding district towards the cost of studying and undertaking archaeological investigations within the UK.

The AHK Bursary is named after Anne Holton-Krayenbuhl who was a distinguished scholar and archaeologist and a founding member of the Ely and District Archaeological Society. Upon her death in 2015 a memorial fund was set up by her family members and others.

1. Applications for funding must be made in writing to the Ely and District Archaeological Society.

2. Bursary funding will be limited to a maximum of £100.00 per person or organisation.

3. Applicants must be aged between 13-18 years of age at the time of the application.

4. The granting of funds will be at the discretion of governing committee of the Ely and District Archaeological Society.

5. Recipients of funding may be required to give a short account of their fund usage and how knowledge or skills gained can be put into practice.

6. The scheme will exist until the fund is exhausted.

Applications for 2017 must be sent to the following address to be received no later than 29th July 2017:- Mr S W Cole. Chairman, Ely and District Archaeological Society, c/o 2a Church Lane, Ely. Cambridgeshre. CB7 4JG

For more information please contact enquiries@elyarchaeology.org.uk

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