15th March 2019
Several dedicated Green Angels participants will be awarded by the Land Trust in Warrington on Friday 22 March.
The Land Trust’s Green Angels scheme run environmental training courses and volunteering sessions across the town which have made a difference to the lives of many participants.
Many of the participants have benefited significantly from both the courses and volunteering, with some starting up their own landscape maintenance businesses and some finding employment as a result of Green Angels.
The event will not only celebrate the achievements and commitment of the individuals, but will also give people the chance to learn about Green Angels and the opportunities available in the area for people who are interested in the outdoors and environment.
Representatives from Reaseheath College, Myerscough College, The Conservation Volunteers, Lancashire Wildlife Trust, United Utilities and Continental Landscapes will be able to give out information to anyone who is interested in the sector at the event.
Carolyn Hassall, Green Angels Project Leader, said:
“This is a very exciting time for Green Angels and I am thrilled to be able to take the time to recognise the positive outcomes of the scheme in Warrington.
“We have some fantastic people involved with the courses and volunteering and it’s important that they know how much we value their time, commitment and success.
“We welcome anyone who is interested in the courses or volunteering to come down and have a chat. It’s an opportunity to learn about our project and see the results first-hand.”
Anyone who is interested Green Angels celebration event or the scheme should contact Carolyn Hassall at the Land Trust on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01925 852 005. The event will be held at The Gateway on Sankey Street from 2-4pm.
The Green Angels scheme holds sessions in Great Sankey, Westbrook, Bewsey throughout the year and has enabled people to get outdoors to learn and practice skills on courses such as conservation management, landscape maintenance, basic survival and environmental education.
It is a privilege to work for an organisation that puts communities at the heart of its work. The knowledge that I am helping to provide a better environment, especially in areas where open green space is in short supply, is what motivates and inspires me.
Victoria Webbon, Estates Officer
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