Woodland Trust nominated for PoliticsHome award

The Trust received some great news this morning. An article published through the political website PoliticsHome has been nominated in the influential outlet’s first ever awards ceremony. Our round up of 2011’s year of forests, written by Alison Kirkman and myself, is nominated alongside contributions from just two other organisations – Action for Children and the British Air Transport Association.

Lord Strathclyde addreses our Jubilee Woods parliamentary reception

The awards celebrate some of the best moments from the political world reported on PoliticsHome over the last year and the winner will be announced at a ceremony in Westminster on Monday June 18. We were not expecting this nomination, although 2011 was certainly a momentous year for our woods, trees and forests!

Should you wish to vote for us to win, you’ll need to register for a free trial of the PoliticsHome e-newsletter here (remember to click on the box ‘two week free trial’). After this period you can continue to get the latest political news from PoliticsHome, or simply cancel. Once registered you will receive an email from the team at Politics Home containing a link – where you can cast your all important vote for the Woodland Trust! Voting closes this Friday so you will need to be prompt.

To keep up to date with our work at Westminster and across the UK please follow our blog!

Lee Bruce, Government Affairs Officer


About Kaye Brennan

Trying vegan, staying warm. Occasional bursts of words.
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3 Responses to Woodland Trust nominated for PoliticsHome award

  1. Pingback: Good news from Awards ceremony | Woodland Matters

  2. cecile53 says:

    congrats with the nomination 🙂

    • Kaye Brennan says:

      Thanks! The team is thrilled, especially as it shows the wider political interest in woods and trees 🙂

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