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Trust seeking wildlife heroes

Monday 23rd January

Trust seeking wildlife heroes

Following the success of the Wildlife on your Doorstep Awards we are once again seeking nominations from across Nottinghamshire for the 2017 awards.

Thanks to the support of EDF Energy and CEMEX UK  we’ are seeking nominations in the following categories:    Schools, Churchyards, Individual, Group / Project

So, whether you live in the centre of Nottingham, the heart of Sherwood Forest, west of Mansfield, the south of Rushcliffe or far north of Bassetlaw we want to hear who you think is making a difference for wildlife in our county.

Previous winners have included the Friends of Woodlands & Coach Wood Green, Notts Dormouse Group, Mary's Church Lowdham, The Nottinghamshire Bat Group and Holy Trinity Catholic Academy Newark and the Samworth Church Academy Mansfield

The awards provide a great opportunity to recognise the efforts of those working hard to help wildlife right on their doorstep. Local volunteers and campaigners are on the frontline of conservation and continue to have a positive impact on wildlife and our local environment. If you know of someone who deserves recognition for their efforts to save a local wildlife area, raise environmental issues locally or of a local school or community group that is giving nature a helping hand, please get in touch.

To enter yourself or nominate an individual, school, church or other group for an award, all you have to do is supply a brief description of what they are doing to help wildlife locally. Entries and nominations should be no more than 800 words; if possible accompanied by a photo of the person or project, and should be emailed to [email protected]. The closing date for entries is Tuesday 28th February 2017

The Awards will be presented at a series of Local Wildlife Trust Group AGMs in April.

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