Environmental Awards

Lincolnshire Environmental Awards

Paul Hobson

Does your community want to establish a new green space?
Are your volunteers wanting to create a new woodland for wildlife?
Does your eco community project need help getting off the ground?

For your chance of winning £4,000 for your local community environmental project, enter the Lincolnshire Environmental Awards 2021

We know that many community plans have been affected by coronavirus. That's why this year we're taking applications for future environmental projects from established or proposed community groups.

Entries are welcome from any community groups including allotment societies, youth groups, registered charities, social enterprises and more.

How to enter

Simply fill in the online entry form with details of your project and how your community would benefit from the £4,000 prize money.

We’re looking forward to hearing about your environmental projects. 
Everyone has a chance of winning!

Deadline for entries: Saturday 31 July 2021

Enter the Awards

Online form

Matthew Roberts

About the Awards

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. 

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.

See all our previous winners here or click below for last year's Award winners.

2019 winners

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 and the Bishop of Lincoln the Rt Revd Christopher Lowson. The late Professor David Bellamy (1933 - 2019) was a supporter and Patron of the Lincolnshire Environmental Awards from their beginning in 1993. He was an inspiration to everyone he met and without doubt helped to make the Awards what they are today.

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

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.

Find out more below.

FCC Environment

Lincolnshire Co-op

Lincolnshire Co-op is pleased to support the Community Award.

Lincolnshire Co-op is an independent co-operative based in Lincoln with over 280,000 members. The Lincolnshire Co-op are doing lots of work across Lincolnshire to help look after their local environment. From making packaging recyclable and cutting down on food waste in their stores, to setting up clothing recycle banks and supporting local environmental groups with their 'Community Champions' scheme.

 Find out more below.

Lincolnshire Co-op

Maher Millard Construction Ltd

Maher Millard is pleased to support the Countryside Enterprise and Small Business Award.

Maher Millard Construction Ltd is a construction company based in Lincoln. Running since 2010, the company works on a number of construction projects including both commercial and domestic buildings as well as road and motorway construction. They have joined us as a sponsor for the 2020 Awards.

Maher Millard

Streets Chartered Accountants

Streets Chartered Accountants is pleased to support the Business Award.

Streets is on of the UK's top 40 Chartered Accountants who look after businesses, corporate clients, third sector organisations, charities and private individuals. Streets are also involved in the 'Made in Lincolnshire' celebration event recognising goods and services produced in Lincolnshire which demonstrate pioneer thinking. 

Find out more below.

Streets

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