Jersey Environment Awards


Why a Competition?

Work to improve and protect the environment often goes unrewarded.  By launching the Jersey Environment Awards we hope to encourage the unsung heroes and heroines, and to stimulate interest and enthusiasm.  The Awards aim to recognise outstanding contributions from individuals and organisations to the conservation and enhancement of Jersey's environment.

Four specially commissioned trophies will be presented by John Grimshaw, Managing Director of Sustrans, at an award ceremony on Friday 11th November 2005.


Why enter?

There are many benefits of entering, including:

Motivation - entering the awards can be highly motivational as it is an active demonstration of confidence in the person or organisation being nominated.

Media Exposure - the Environment Awards will generate a high level of media interest.  Winners and finalists will feature in all local media.

Recognition - your customers and members of the community at large will be made aware of your achievements.

Association - you or your organisation will be clearly associated with ethics and best practice


Who can apply?

Organisations and individuals from any sector of Jersey's community can apply.  There are four categories, namely:

How are winners selected?

A Committee of Trustees will select the winners and John Grimshaw, Managing Director of Sustrans will present their awards at an awards ceremony on Friday 11th November (location and time to be advised).

How to apply and find out more...

You can apply by contacting the Jersey Enivronment Awards co-ordinator, John Boothman, who will send you an application form or download an application form here.

Applications may be submitted by individuals and organisations on their own behalf, or they may nominate entrants (with their consent).  Deadline for applications is October 31st 2005.


Please help publicise the event by downloading a poster or a leaflet (both in .pdf format)

Click here for conditions of entry



Jersey Environment Awards

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