Intelligently Green

The winners of the 2016 Wychavon Intelligently Green Awards were announced at a special ceremony held at Pershore College and hosted by Alistair McGowan on 17 June.  The awards recognise, celebrate and promote green projects and activities in Wychavon that also benefit the community or save money.

The Intelligently Green Awards will run again in 2018.  We will post details of how to submit nominations here and on our social media channels in the next few months.


The winners

Sponsored by Rooftop Housing Group


Sponsored by imaGine

Stephen Martin - nominated for his work in bringing environmental issues into the public arena, engaging public bodies in environmental action and developing Transition Evesham Vale initiatives including the Vale Local Food Festival and the 30:30 local food scheme. 


Sponsored by JellyPickleJam and The Evesham Greengrocer

UNIQ Furniture offers schools and businesses a greener alternative to disposal and landfill by taking unwanted items and upcycling them into quality end products.

Pershore Weir Hydro Project - a 236 kW hydropower scheme on the River Avon, protecting a farm from flooding, generating green electricity for Pershore Leisure Centre, promoting wildlife habitats and generating a return on investment for the owner.


Sponsored by Areca Design

Walsh Mushrooms - nominated for the installation of solar panels and LED lighting at its Evesham distribution depot, resulting in significant reductions in lighting energy demand and heat generation, and for its extensive work to support the local community.


Sponsored by Hayloft Plants

SeSaME, which stands for Sedgeberrow Sustainable and Manageable Energy. The group has been pivotal in helping households in the village obtain grants for external insulation, it has coordinated the installation of solar panels for both the village hall and the primary school, and its members also resurrected the village newsletter to ensure good communication with the village.


Sponsored by University of Worcester

St Nicholas Federation Green Team - nominated for turning a messy, unattractive space into a beautiful, peaceful, green space (the Peace Zone) with features made from recycled materials.


Click here to find out who the other finalists and nominees were.


What is Intelligently Green?



Rooftop Housing Group were our headline sponsors.  Thank you to all our sponsors, click here to find out why each of them sponsored the awards.


Previous winners

Click here to find out about the winners of the 2014 awards.