Do you know a green hero or a pioneering business setting the environmental bar high in Suffolk? If so then get your nomination in now for the awards that have become known as Suffolk’s green Oscars.

Suffolk’s Creating the Greenest County Awards 2015 aim to recognise the groups, businesses and individuals who have done the most to put the countryside, wildlife and the climate on the agenda. It’s a subject at the heart of Anglian Water’s Love Every Drop campaign we are proud to sponsor the awards.

Andrew Brown, Head of Sustainability at Anglian Water, said: “We all have a role to play in ensuring that we live and work in a way that reduces our impact on our countryside and environment – and these awards are a fantastic way of recognising the pioneering efforts being made in Suffolk.

“Here at Anglian Water we are doing our best to play our part by making our water network as efficient as possible and ensuring our key water sites are resilient in the face of climate change impacts like flooding, extreme weather and drought. So we’re really interested to hear about all the hard work others are doing as well.

“These awards are very much in keeping with our business approach, Love Every Drop, which is all about putting water at the heart of a whole new way of living. We want to help individuals, communities and businesses to really value water and understand the positive contribution it makes to people, the environment and the economy.”

The are 13 categories covering everything from community projects and schools to individual green heroes and the business community. The winners will be crowned at a ceremony at Snape Maltings near Aldeburgh on April 15th. The night will be a celebration of green innovation in the county and the key speaker is Springwatch presenter Chris Packham.

The award winners ultimately join a group of organisations and individuals recognised for their efforts to Create the Greenest County and in doing this they put Suffolk firmly on the map of “green innovation”. Becoming the Greenest County is dependent upon innovation and leadership in caring for the Suffolk environment. Shortlisted applicants will be invited to an Awards celebration event at Snape Maltings on 15 April, where our key speaker is the TV presenter and naturalist, Chris Packham.

For more information and to enter a nomination for the awards visit the website at