British Cartographic Awards

British Cartographic Society

The British Cartographic Society’s range of awards aims to recognize the very best cartographic work from around the globe. They present trophies and prizes to individuals and companies who have shown excellence in this field.

The Society promotes a series of prestigious awards for excellence in cartography that are open to everyone. Entries are encouraged from those engaged in all aspects of mapping, whether practical or theoretical, commercial or academic, using traditional or innovative techniques and research.

Stanfords Award - Best entry for Printed Mapping

Open to any mapping in the printed form, whether it be a poster, folded sheet map, atlas, or page from a book, etc. The Stanfords Award comprises a trophy and a certificate, and is run with the support of Stanfords map and travel book store.

Previous Winners of the Stanfords Award for Printing

2018 Winner

2018 Winner - Chairman of Stanfords, Vivien P. Godfrey presenting Deborah Armstrong The 2018 Stanfords Award for Printed Mapping. With Richard Carpenter, BCS President

2014 Winner

2014 Winner - Lovell Johns Historical Map of York

2013 Winner

BCS President Peter Jolly presents Calum Ritchie of BGS with the award.

2012 Winner

BCS President Peter Jolly presents Calum Ritchie of BGS with the award.

2011 Winner

Mary Spence MBE from Global Mapping collects the Stanfords Award from BCS Vice President Ken Atherton.

2010 Winner

Tim Rideout from XYZ Digital Map Company collects the Stanfords Award from BCS President Bob Lilley.

2009 Winner

Graham Gill from Harper Collins to collect the Stanfords Award on behalf of the Collins Glasgow office.

2008 Winner

The BCS President Mary Spence MBE to receive on her behalf of Helen C. Stirling.

2007 Winner

The BCS President Mary Spence MBE to receive on her behalf of Rosemary Duncan. Caroline Bowler from Stanfords presented the award.

2006 Winner

Sheena Shanks of HarperCollins receives the award, on behalf of her colleague Jethro Lennox, from BCS President Seppe Cassettari.

Photography by Martin Lubikowski

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