Get in your entries for Norwich eco awards

Entrants will be invited to a ceremony in City Hall.

Entrants will be invited to a ceremony in City Hall.

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The time to honour our city’s green champions is fast approaching.

Organised by Norwich City Council and supported by the Evening News, the eco awards honour those making a real difference to our environment.

Environmental strategy officer Claire Tullett said: “This year’s awards promise to be exciting and are a great opportunity for local businesses, schools, and organisations to publicly demonstrate their eco credentials.

“We have already had some interested parties making enquiries.”

All entrants will be invited to a ceremony at City Hall hosted by the Lord Mayor where they will receive an eco awards certificate recognising their environmentally-friendly efforts.

The categories are:

• Outstanding eco school

• Outstanding eco community group

• Outstanding eco small business (less than 50 staff)

• Outstanding eco large business (more than 50 staff)

• To enter visit and click on the eco issues page. Closing date for entries is Friday, January 27. The awards ceremony is due to be held on Thursday 1 March next year.

Please note that the awards are only open to organisations based within the Norwich City Council area.

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