Edmonton Hundred Historical Society
The Mary Larrett Award

In order to commemorate the contribution the late Mary Larrett made to the Edmonton Hundred Historical Society over many years and also ensure that her generous legacy to the Edmonton Hundred Historical Society is used specifically to further the aims established by the Society, the EHHS Committee, in 2010, decided to institute an award in her name with the intention of encouraging original research and historical scholarship within all the areas once included within the Edmonton Hundred.

In constituting the Mary Larrett Award to further this objective, the Committee of the EHHS once again invites all members and anyone with an interest in the history of the Edmonton Hundred to contribute an original piece of work in the form of an essay dealing with any aspect of the history within the area of the old Hundred which includes the modern Edmonton, Enfield, Southgate, Tottenham, Wood Green, Potters Bar, Monken Hadley and South Mimms.

The contributor deemed by the EHHS Committee to have produced the most worthy essay will be awarded a £100 book token or cheque and an award certificate.