Lincolnshire Environmental Awards 2021

The chance for a community group within the historic county of Lincolnshire to win a £4000 prize to develop a community environmental project

Lincolnshire Environmental Awards 2021

LINCOLNSHIRE

ENVIRONMENTAL
AWARDS 2021

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?

Entries are now open for the 2021 Lincolnshire Environmental Awards

On offer is a £4000 prize for the winner and two runner-up prizes of £500 to develop your local community environmental project.

The Award recognises and celebrates groups and communities within
Greater Lincolnshire who encourage and protect the landscape and
wildlife of the county. We know that many community plans have been
affected by coronavirus. That's why this year we're also taking applications
for future environmental proposals. Entries are welcome from established
or proposed community groups, allotment societies, youth groups,
registered charities, social enterprises and more.

Judging is carried out by an independent panel of experts in their field,
selected for their impartiality and experience. The initial shortlisting is
based on the information provided. Shortlisted entrants may then be
visited by a judge.

Finalists will be asked to make a presentation to the
judges on Saturday 25 September at Whisby Nature Park in Lincoln.

Presentations will be followed by an Afternoon Tea where the winner and
runners-up of the Lincolnshire Environmental Awards will be announced.

Full details can be found at www.lincsenvironmentalawards.org.uk 

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Club member David Wheatley with  Dawn Nightingale from the Lincoln Larder

Since the start of the pandemic we have been helping Lincoln Community Larder by purchasing food for the larder funded by the clubs charity account together with funds from the Rotary Foundation

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News of Events during the 2021 - 22 Rotary Year

News of club events during the Rotary Year 2021 to 2022

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Over 30 walkers took part in a sponsored stroll at the Whisby Country Park, on a glorious Sunday morning. There was also time to take in the beauty of the place - like these three.

Over 30 walkers took part in a sponsored stroll at the Whisby Country Park, on a glorious Sunday morning. There was also time to take in the beauty of the place - like these three.Together with donations £838 was raised for our next international project

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Every penny profit will go to ‘End Polio Now’, (EPN). Profit generated from purchases will be donated to the Rotary Foundation UK and credited to each purchasing club’s EPN account.

Every penny profit will go to ‘End Polio Now’, (EPN). Profit generated from purchases will be donated to the Rotary Foundation UK and credited to each purchasing club’s EPN account.

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Feeding the Streets Children of Meru

Lindum RC & Grantham Kesteven RC are supporting the Rotary Club of Meru who are running a feeding programme for the children living on the streets of Meru. These are some of their stories - with thanks to Joy Mwenda of the Rotaract Club of Mt. Kenya

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The club has three current international projects

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Lincolnshire Environmental Awards 2021

The chance for a community group within the historic county of Lincolnshire to win a £4000 prize to develop a community environmental project

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We have been nominated to be part of the Asda Foundation Green Token Giving - if we are successful we could receive £500 towards the costs of running the games - please vote for us - voting is open from 1st August and closes 30th September

We have been nominated to be part of the Asda Foundation Green Token Giving - if we are successful we could receive £500 towards the costs of running the games - please vote for us - voting is open from 1st August and closes 30th September

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Club News 2019-2020 President Bill Whitlow

Club News 2019-2020 News of Events at the Club

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Jane and Jack

£6000 spent on examination couches and occupational therapy equipment for the Sungai Petani hospital in Malaysia. A huge help for the staff and to the benefit of 12,000 patients a year.

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