Environmental Awards

Lincolnshire Environmental Awards

Paul Hobson

The only dedication environment awards in Lincolnshire

The Lincolnshire Environmental Awards for environmental excellence have been given every year since 1993. They are designed to recognise and celebrate the inspiring activities that are helping to improve the environment and encourage sustainability. 

The Awards give community groups, schools, businesses and farmers an opportunity to demonstrate that they are playing their part in the sustainable development of the county.

Past winners have included village community groups that have created wildlife areas, schools that have grown their own vegetables, and farmers that have restored and planted hedges or created wetlands.

2018 winners

Awards categories

Anglian Water Business Award

Tom Marshall

Orsted Community Award

Branston Ltd Rural and Farming Award

Chris Gomersall/2020VISION

FCC Young Environmentalist Award

Peter Cairns/2020VISION

How to enter

The Lincolnshire Environmental Awards are easy to take part in and free to enter. All you need to do is write a short description (200 - 300 words) describing your project or work and how it contributes to the environment.

If you think your business, community group, farm, school or young person is doing something great for the environment, then enter the awards - we love to hear about your environmental projects, and everyone has a chance of winning!

Enter the Awards

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Matthew Roberts

Organisers

The Lincolnshire Environmental Awards and Lincolnshire Young Environmentalist Award are organised by the Rotary Club of Lindum Lincoln in partnership with the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust.

The patrons are the Lord Lieutenant of Lincolnshire Toby Dennis, the Bishop of Lincoln the Rt Revd Christopher Lowson and Professor David Bellamy.

The awards are also sponsored by local businesses without whom these awards would not be possible. Find out more about our sponsors below.

Anglian Water

Anglian Water is pleased to support the Best Business Award.

Anglian Water knows high quality water starts with a healthy environment and that our dry, low-lying region is vulnerable to the effects of climate change. That's why commitments to drive down the carbon released by Anglian Water's operations are at the heart of the new Love Every Drop manifesto, which will guide the way they do business in the future.

Anglian Water

Orsted

Orsted is pleased to support the Community Award.

Orsted are a renewable energy company that takes tangible action to create a world that runs entirely on green energy. Their aim is to develop and deploy market leading green energy solutions that benefit the planet and customers alike, driving down the cost of green energy. By deploying renewable energy resources at scale, Orsted want to revolutionise the way they power people and reduce the negative effects of climate change.

Over the past 25 years Orsted have established themselves as a global leader in offshore wind. To date, they have invested £6 billion in the development of UK offshore wind farms and plan to double that by 2020. They are committed to ensuring that their presence contributes to sustainable growth and development.

Orsted

Branston

Branston Ltd is pleased to support the Rural and Farming Award.

Branston believe that running a great business doesn’t have to cost the earth. They are one of the largest potato suppliers in the UK and work with everyone from major supermarkets and wholesalers to some of the UK’s favourite snack brands.

Branston relies on nature for its product and therefore takes great care to look after the environment and invest in innovative green technology at all their sites; turning outgrade potatoes into electricity, recycling water and reducing energy costs with PV solar panels. It’s all part of building long-term sustainability into everything they do.

Branston

FCC Environment

FCC Lincolnshire is pleased to support the Young Environmentalist Award.

FCC Environment is one of the UK's leading waste and resource management companies. Their approach is to minimise the amount of waste that ends up in landfill by transforming it into valuable resources wherever possible.

FCC Environment provide a range of services, from collecting business and municipal waste to recycling and processing, and the generation of green energy from waste.

FCC Environment

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