Get in your entries for Norwich eco awards
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.
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The categories are:
• Outstanding eco school
- 1 Police and SOS Bus see busy night as clubbing returns to city
- 2 Risk of flooding in parts of region as storms slowly move in
- 3 Bars and clubs see busy night as police up patrols
- 4 Neighbours celebrate Norfolk Day bar win with street party
- 5 Where are the best rooftop bars in Norwich?
- 6 'Too close to home': Neighbours' shock as body found at Mousehold Heath
- 7 Queues in Norwich as hundreds flock to cider and sausage festival
- 8 Trains cancelled due to flooding - and more heavy rain expected
- 9 City ready for Cantwell and Aarons end game
- 10 Norwich Bus Station building closed due to Covid ping
• Outstanding eco community group
• Outstanding eco small business (less than 50 staff)
• Outstanding eco large business (more than 50 staff)
• To enter visit www.norwich.gov.uk 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.