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Wildlife On Your Doorstep Awards 2015

Monday 19th January

Wildlife On Your Doorstep Awards 2015

Following a successful involvement in the Nottingham Post Environmental Awards last year, the Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust are delighted to announce that in 2015 they are expanding their  ‘Wildlife on your Doorstep’ (WOYD) Awards and are calling for entrants.


Whereas the Nottingham Post Environment Awards seek to recognise and reward efforts across all manner of green initiatives and activities, these awards, supported by some of the Trust’s long-term partners EDF Energy, CEMEX UK, Novozymes Biopharma and Chinook Sciences, are very much focused on highlighting and promoting the efforts of people around the county who are working hard to help local wildlife.


This year the awards are expanded to cover a wider range of activities and reward people and groups across the county.


Awards will be made in the following categories:

•                  Schools

•                  Churchyards

•                  Individual

•                  Best Group or Project


The closing date for nominations is Monday 2nd March and winners will be presented with their awards in April.


“The awards are a great opportunity to recognise the hard work of those working to help their local wildlife: these people and groups are at the frontline of conservation and make a real positive impact on wildlife. If you know someone who deserves a bit of recognition for their efforts to help wildlife on their doorstep, or if your local school or community group is doing great things to give nature a helping hand, we want to hear from you.” – Tarran Huntley, Communications Officer, Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust.


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 (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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