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Green Awards 2013


The annual Peterborough Telegraph GREEN awards this year was one of the best ones yet. The Green Awards are in place to celebrate all of the amazing things that people in the city are doing to help create a greener Peterborough. We had lots of different nominations for the eight different categories, which made it even more difficult to select a winner!

Green Family Award – Sponsored by Cross Keys Homes
Winner: The Walters
Runners up: The Antonellis and Beki Sellick

Best Green Space Award – Sponsored by Larkfleet Group
Winner: Cuckoos Hollow in Werrington
Runners up: The Green Backyard and Eye Community Centre Green Space

Best Green Volunteer/ Community Award – Sponsored by Prince Energy
Winner: Ash Jarvis from Froglife
Runners up: Nene Park Volunteers, David Cowcill and Julie Collins

Contribution to the Environment Capital – Sponsored by Enterprise Peterborough
Winner: The Wildlife Haven at Railworld
Runners up: Sustrans, Peterborough and Fenland Leisure Products

Green builder/ buildings – Sponsored by Hunt and Coombs Solicitors
Winner: The Morris Homes Vista Site
Runners up: Nene Park Trust & Lindum and St Michaels CofE Primary School

Green Tourism Award – Sponsored by The Co-operative Travel
Winner: Rohan Wilson
Runners up: Railworld and Nene Park Trust

Green Youth Award – Sponsored by Enterprise Peterborough
Winner: The Ken Stimpson Eco Team
Runners up: The Iqra Academy and Ormiston Bushfield Academy

Sustainable Food Award – Sponsored by Kingsgate Conference Centre
Winner: Clarkes Restaurant
Runners up: Sundays and Magic Organic

Congratulations to all of the winners and runners up and thank you to all of the sponsors and judges Ken McKay, Cllr Nigel North, Nyree Ambarchian and Richard Olsen.

Looking forward to the 2014 Green Awards!