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Photos from Monday night’s Awards Evening
The evening gets started…
A glass of wine and a catch up in the beautiful setting of The Hostry
And a bit more
Settling into our seats
Our President Professor Tim O’Riordan
One of our sponsors Justin Morfoot says a few words
As does Mark Ballman from our other sponsors, West Norfolk Academies Trust
Helen Leith, Branch Director introduces the Successful Campaign Category
and a bit more
Rob Lodge, our Vice-Chairman introduces the Engaged Youth Category
David Hook, one of our Trustees, introduces the Thriving Countryside Category
some rare bog plants on Whitwell Common…
…..David urges everyone to read our campaign document ‘A Vision for Norfolk’ www.v4n.org.uk
Chris Dady, our Chairman, introduces the Green Build Category
The audience clap in the first winners
Assist Trust get a Special Mention in the Successful Campaign Category
The Brecks Bat Project is Runner-Up
alongside Norfolk Bat Survey
and the Winner is Norfolk Ponds Project
Carl Sayer from UCL Pond Restoration Research Group ……..
…..and a lot of others too.
Felbeck Trust are Runner-Up in the Engaged Youth Category
which involves a lot of hard work by volunteers
Colby Primary School is the Winner of the Engaged Youth Category.
A proud head teacher….
and proud pupils.
Whitwell Common, Reepham, is Runner-Up in the Thriving Countryside Category
Ed Stocker an ecologist from Norfolk County Council has massively helped the Whitwell Common Trustees
North Walsham Conservation Group is the Winner of the Thriving Countryside Category
Damon is the clever chap who recreates all the railway furniture at the ‘unearthed’ Honing Railway Station
Some of the volunteers who work so hard with Mark Webster from Norfolk County Council
Special Mention in the Green Build Category is Biergarten Caston designed by architect David Cummings
David also designed the Runner-Up in the Green Build Category – Barley House, Rockland St. Peter
Joint Runner-Up in the Green Build Category is Hill Farm Barns on the Holkham Estate
Lord Leicester with his team who worked on Hill Farm Barns
and Winner of the Green Build Category is the large #PassivHaus social housing development in Goldsmith Street built for Norwich City Council
The architect Mikhail Riches talks about the project
Some of the team involved, led by Cllr. Gail Harris who holds the portfolio for housing.
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