Savills Cambridge Grassroots Environment Award
The Savills Cambridge Grassroots Environment Award was established in 2011 by Savills Cambridge office. The annual award is presented to a small Cambridge based charity or voluntary group that is undertaking small scale environmental projects involving local people.
The 2017 Savills Award went to Whitehill Allotment Society to create an allotment calendar and cookbook as well as improving the shop facilities.
The 2016 Savills Award went to Cambridge University Heath Partners to contribute towards set-up and running costs for CBC Biodiversity Group.
The 2015 Savills Award went to Kings Hedges Family Support Project provides a range of informal support services for families in Kings Hedges, Chesterton and Abbey.
The 2014 Savills Award went to Friends of Midsummer Common to establish a wild flower meadow in the part of the Community Orchard nearest Newmarket Road.
The 2013 Savills Award went to Homerton Children's Centre towards providing a sandpit, water play area, gardening and digging plots as well as tools and equipment for the garden space in 'The Nest'.
The 2012 Savills Award went to the Wisbech Street Pride Group to create a bee garden on a plot of land next to a large car park in Wisbech. The Garden was designed to attract birds, bees and butterflies with an interpretation board to give the general public information about the feature.