Cornwall Sustainability Awards 2012 shortlist

09.11.2012 | Public Relations.

  • Posted by Mark Picken
  • Cornwall Sustainability awards

    The shortlist for the Cornwall Sustainability Awards tenth anniversary has been announced.

    Businesses and individuals from across the county have been selected Online in the competition’s categories: Best Managed Company (small, medium and large), Low Carbon Business, Products, Services, Resource Management, Best Individual, Sustainable Construction (new build and retro-fit) and for the first time, the Green Shoots New Business award.

    The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony taking place on Friday, December 7 at the Green Lawns Hotel, Falmouth.

    Awards co-ordinator, Gitty Ankers MBE, from the Environment Agency, said: “The aim of Cornwall Sustainability Awards is to encourage, reward and gain recognition for some of the excellent wholesale NFL jerseys work businesses in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly are doing to improve their sustainability.

    “We had many excellent applications this year and the initial shortlisting process gets harder every year and we’re happy we can hand over the hard work to the judges wholesale MLB jerseys to select wholesale NFL jerseys the overall winners.”

    The judging team comprised of Matt Coleman from Health, Safety and Environmental Solutions; wholesale NFL jerseys Mark Summers, head of environmental services for Cornwall NHS Trusts; Chris Pomfret, chair of the Cornwall Local Enterprise Partnership; Caroline Digby, the Eden Project; Daphne Skinnard, assistant managing editor at BBC Radio Cornwall; and Gitty Ankers MBE, senior environment officer for the Environment Friday Agency.

    The team was also joined by Jon Hyatt from Hendra Holiday Park, which was named Overall Winner at the 2011 awards.

    Awards co-ordinator, Veryan Jones from Cornwall Council, wholesale MLB jerseys said: “Over the years there have been some intense debates between judges in every category.

    “As Lanzarote a result of this analysis the judges appear to have got it right as all the winners have proven to be outstanding, and many have gone on to win national and international awards. The great thing about these awards is that the Development businesses in Cornwall, who all take a lot of effort to enter, are rightly proud at being short listed, or winning.”

    For more information on the Awards please contact Veryan Jones on 01872 224346, Gitty Ankers 01208 265060 or visit

    Cornwall Sustainability Awards 2012 Shortlist

    Best Managed Small

    Nature Workshops

    St Eval Candles

    Topan Fencing


    Best Managed Medium

    Community Treatment Energy Plus

    Enact Energy Renewables

    South West Lakes Trust

    Trenython Manor Hotel

    Ward Williams Associates


    Best Managed Large

    PALL Newquay


    Watergate Bay Hotel


    Green Shoots New Business

    Clear Mapping Company

    Fish & Forage

    Natural Home

    Useeka Travel


    Low Carbon

    No businesses were shortlisted




    Clayworks Ltd

    Cusgarne Organic Farm

    Go Jute Ltd





    Capture Energy Ltd

    Community Power Cornwall

    Fal River Cornwall

    Fish & Forage

    Nature Workshops

    St Agnes Boating

    Useeka Travel


    Resource Management


    Kelly’s of Cornwall

    Trewithen Diaries

    South West Water


    Best Individual

    Hayden Clark – Kelly’s of Cornwall

    Mark England – Coastline Housing

    Nathan Billings – Capture Energy

    Nicola Davies – Capture Energy

    Nick Waddington – Trenython Manor

    Stephen Frankel – WREN


    Sustainable Construction – New build

    Arco 2 – Budehaven Nursery

    Arco 2 – Little Tregullas

    Arco 2 – The Old Band Room

    Cornwall Air Ambulance Trust

    Innes Architects


    Sustainable Construction – Retro-fit

    Coastline Housing

    County Arms


    PR Cornwall

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