Our Intelligently Green Awards are about celebrating and promoting green projects and activities in Wychavon.
For us, intelligently green is about doing things that not only have a positive impact on the environment, but also have community or financial benefits. You can find out more in our Intelligently Green Plan.
Nominations for the awards open on 15 February and close on 22 April 2016. The awards ceremony will take place on 17 June in the evening.
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Who can enter?
There are five categories of award:
- individual and household
- small businesses
- larger businesses and public sector organisations
- community groups
- schools and colleges
Nominations must be for projects and activities that took place in the Wychavon district between 1 April 2014 and 31 March 2016 and that contribute to at least one of the following themes: energy, construction, transport, food, tourism and green space.
How do I apply?
You can nominate yourself or you can nominate someone else. You will need to fill out a nomination form, which will be available to download here in February. You will need to describe how the project or activity you are nominating has had a positive environmental impact and also how it has wider community or financial benefits.
What are the judges looking for?
The judges are looking for evidence that nominated projects and activities:
- have made a significant positive impact to one or more of the Intelligently Green Plan themes
- can demonstrate environmental and community or financial benefits
- innovation and creativity
- how nominees are using their project or activity to promote greener practices to other people.
Click here to find out about previous winners.