- Created: Tuesday, 19 April 2011 08:43
Calling all community woodland projects in the Central Scotland Green Network Area
Final call for entries for special CSGN Community Woodlands Award
Are you involved in a community woodland project in central Scotland?
- Would you like to share in £3,000 of prize money to help you deliver your project?
- Don’t delay, enter today!
Now is your last chance to enter this year’s prestigious Community Woodlands Award and compete for the Tim Stead Trophy and £3,000 in cash prizes.
The prizes will be awarded to the best community or urban woodland project or other social forestry project which engages people with their environment in the Central Scotland Green Network Area.
All over Central Scotland people are working to support their local communities through a social woodland project, our judges want to recognise and reward their achievement!
Find out more about the awards on www.sfwa.co.uk.
1. Who can enter?
Entry is open to community, urban or social projects from the Central Scotland Green Network Activity Area which stretches from Ayrshire and Inverclyde in the west to Fife and the Lothians in the east.
There is £3,000 in cash prizes - £2,000 for the winning project and £1,000 for the runner-up prize or otherwise at the discretion of the judges.
In addition the stunning Tim Stead Trophy will be awarded at the discretion of the judges with custody for one year. Both also receive a certificate and a wooden display plaque to record their achievement.
3. Award ceremony
The winning projects will be presented with their prizes on Friday, 24th June 2011 at the Royal Highland Show. An additional presentation can be made on the project site so that all those involved can join the celebrations.
4. How to enter
Simply complete a short entry form with basic project and contact details and state in no more than 500 words why you think your project would make a worthy winner of this prestigious award.
The deadline for entries is 21st April 2011 but if you need a little more time please get in touch with the awards co-ordinator to arrange for a later entry date.