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CPRE Bedfordshire held its bi-annual awards evening on 3rd October 2018 in the Harpur Suite at Bedford Corn Exchange with over 100 people attending. The awards were presented by HM Lord-Lieutenant of Bedfordshire Helen Nellis. Also present was the Deputy Mayor of Luton Cllr Mark Rivers.


The 2018 Living Countryside Awards saw the biggest number of applications yet with 32 projects shortlisted across six categories (Biodiversity & landscape Improvement, Local Food & Drink, Young People, Greening Urban Spaces, Health & Wellbeing, Sustainable Enterprise)

Thursday, 20 September 2018 10:12

Living Countryside Awards 2018 - our sponsors

 

We are delighted to announce our sponsors for the 2018 Living Countryside Awards.

 

Introducing this year’s shortlisted entrants. We’ve included links to their websites and social media accounts so that you can get to know them better. Click on each category heading to find out more about the criteria for each award. Entrants are listed alphabetically by category.

Thursday, 16 August 2018 08:17

Living Countryside Awards 2018 - update

 

Our judges and the CPRE Bedfordshire team have now finished visiting the shortlisted entrants. 

The diversity of projects this year has been truly remarkable and the visits have been inspiring and fascinating in equal measure.

Thursday, 21 June 2018 10:50

Applications now closed

 

Applications are now closed for the 2018 Living Countryside Awards.

Thursday, 24 May 2018 08:44

Entries close 15th June

 

The deadline is fast approaching for entries to our prestigious Living Countryside Awards which recognise and reward people and projects that make a positive impact in our county.

Thursday, 12 April 2018 08:14

Greening Urban Spaces

 

Greening Urban Spaces is a new award for 2018 set up to recognise initiatives which seek to enhance our urban spaces.

Wednesday, 11 April 2018 15:27

Sustainable Enterprise

 

This award recognises enterprises that bring benefits to the local economy, environment and community.

Tuesday, 10 April 2018 08:49

Young People

 

We introduced an award aimed at schools and the recognising the efforts of young people in our 2016 awards.

For 2018 we have broadened the category so that it now recognises a wider range of projects by or for young people which encourage engagement with the natural world.

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