Environmental champions from all over the city gathered at Isla Gladstone Conservatory in Liverpool last night for the Echo Environment Awards, which included business and community awards.The Mersey Forest-sponsored Corporate Responsibility Award went to Heap and Partners, a valve manufacturer, who have made great strides in ensuring their corporate responsibility over a number of years. Other winners included Anthony ... Continue reading »
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On Saturday 16th June the Growing Altfinch Group put in a funding bid for the Riverside Community Engagement Awards. The event took place at St Luke's Church and community centre. Each group had to give a 3 minute pitch to the other groups who rated them on a scale of 1-10 for how beneficial the project would be for the community. Mick, Kelby and Joanne give a brilliant pitch and we we were one of the groups to get funding. We want to use it to level off the ground where we are going to build the garden. At them moment there are foundations from a house that used to be there as well as other rubble and rubbish. We are then going to cover it with crushed material and start building raised beds. Thanks to everyone who contributed - not just those who got up and spoke but people's contributions to our pitch all helped to make it successful. Above is our certificate and a drawing the kids from Growing Altfinch made to show what we could put in out garden.