Chatham Green Project recognised at first annual Living Landscapes Awards event
Living Landscapes awards are given to individuals, organisations and businesses who are managing projects with demonstrable benefits for People, Wildlife and Economy; the lynchpins of a fully functional Living Landscape.
The awards were presented by Simon King at Essex Wildlife Trust’s AGM which this year was held at Langdon Visitor Centre. Langdon Visitor Centre sits at the heart of the proactive and thriving Langdon Living Landscape whose steering group consists of many partner representatives, was itself an award winner.
Barley Lane Primary School – Spinney Development, the Outdoor Classroom Project
Friends of Swaines Green & Epping online casino Forest Countrycare – Swaines Green, Lovelocks Meadow Project
Langdon Living Landscape Group – Living Landscape Projects
Ministry of Defence Police HQ – Wethersfield Diamond Jubilee Wood
Nathan Hume – Pleasant Drive Community Wildlife Area
RHS Garden Hyde Hall – Joint Bird Hide Project
Wilderness Foundation – Chatham Green Project
For further information on the Living Landscapes or Living Seas awards please visit www.essexwt.org.uk/living-landscapes/living-awards