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Suffolk Creating the Greenest County Awards 2016 - winners announced!

By Sarah Groves, also posted in News on

Mark-Murphy-at-The-Greenest-County-Awards-2016Adnams is very proud to once again sponsor the 9th annual Suffolk - Creating the Greenest County Awards. The awards celebrate the inspirational work undertaken by committed groups and individuals to help make Suffolk a better place to live, for both people and wildlife. Hosted by BBC Radio Suffolk‘s Mark Murphy, the award ceremony took place in the Hoffmann Building at Snape Maltings. The opening address was given by Paul Heiney, broadcaster, author and champion of organic farming. In recognising the passion and effort made in Suffolk to create thriving businesses and projects, it's brilliant to be able to acknowledge the difference these individuals and organisations make to the county. Each project is a long-term investment into the future to ensure Suffolk can develop positively for all, in a healthy, sustainable, caring and thoughtful way. You can view and download images of the 2016 Suffolk – Creating the Greenest County Awards on Flickr.   Suffolk: Creating the Greenest County Awards 2016  

The Finalists

Climate Adaptation, sponsored by Flow Energy Winner: Aponic Runner Up: Suffolk Coastal and Waveney District Councils, Environment Agency and Groundwork Suffolk - BERT, the Business Efficient Resilience Tool Greenest Building, sponsored by Barnes Construction Winner: Modece Architects Runner Up: Malcolm and Margaret Rittman Greenest Business, sponsored by Invest in Suffolk Winner: Ichiban UK Ltd Runner up: The Havebury Housing Partnership Greenest Community Project, sponsored by Suffolk Wildlife Trust Winner: Framsden Woodland Group - Eades Orchard Runner Up: Bury in Bloom Greenest Farming Business, sponsored by The East Anglian Daily Times Winner: Euston Farms Runner Up: Boxford Suffolk Farms Ltd - Peake Fruit Greenest Micro Business, sponsored by Aran Services Winner: Secret Meadows Runner Up: Fulibroch Dairy Green Hero, sponsored by TA Hotel Collection Winner: Joanne Mudhar Runner Up: Jillian Macready Greenest Product or Service, sponsored by EDF Energy Winner: Aponic Ltd Runner Up: Where Does It Come From? Sustainable Tourism, sponsored by Visit Suffolk Winner: Stoke by Nayland Hotel, Golf, Spa and Country Lodges Runner Up: Folk East Local Food & Drink, sponsored by East of England Co-Op Winner: Hodmedod Runner Up: Birchwood Primary School Waste & Recycling, sponsored by Suffolk Waste Partnership Winner: The Teapot Project Ipswich Runner Up: Suffolk Cloth Nappies Landscape & Wildlife - The Public Vote - in association with Aldeburgh Music 1500 votes were cast, and Waveney Bird Club came out the winner! Runners Up: Wildlife Gadget Man and Ipswich Borough Council, Papworth Trust & Friends of Christchurch Park The Derek Moore Memorial Award Winner: PC Mark Bryant A huge well done to all entrants and finalists. The award ceremony was closed by David Barker MBE, Chairman of Suffolk – Creating the Greenest County.  


Sarah Groves