Green Gown Awards 2012: the winner is our shared project in Tooting’s Furzedown Low Carbon Zone
South Thames College has won the prestigious 2012 Green Gown Award in the ‘Best Newcomer’ category, from a strong field of 5 other finalists.
Sadiq Khan MP will celebrate the Award with a local presentation to Sue Rimmer, Principal of South Thames College
The Green Gown Awards recognise exceptional sustainability initiatives being undertaken in tertiary education across the UK
This award was won for the project carried out in the Furzedown Low Carbon Zone with the Greener Jobs Alliance, Transition Town Tooting, and other valued local partners.
That’s fantastic recognition of hard work, and will help enormously with the profile (and funding!) of further projects.
For all the detail, see the Winner’s brochure: on page 4 there’s the detail about our project – including a picture of a TTT Carbon Conversations workshop in action in Furzedown. Go to the Awards website at http://www.eauc.org.uk/2012_green_gown_awards
We made this video in spring 2012 about the project – do have another look at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNRx6tNFG8U
There’s a celebration on Tuesday November 27th from 6 to 7pm at the Furzedown Project, 91-93 Moyser Road, SW16.
Sadiq Khan MP will present the Award to Sue Rimmer, Principal of South Thames College
All welcome for some celebration cake!
Details in the Events listing here on the TTT blog, and for a .pdf copy of the celebration flyer, click here.