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GET INVOLVED: Harrow Go Green 2021 competition now open for entries

 Published on: 1st April 2021   |   By: Geraint Roberts   |   Category: Uncategorized

The brand-new Harrow Go Green competition is open to Stanmore and Pinner residents, schools, colleges, allotment holders and developers aims to increase biodiversity in the borough.

Hosted by Harrow Biodiversity and Environment, in partnership with Harrow Council, the scheme aims to raise awareness about the ways in which we can all contribute to improving the biodiversity and environment of the Borough, no matter how small a contribution that we make.

Entrants should think about projects that they could enter, whether planned for this year or existing projects.

All applications are online and further details and links to the application portal can be found on the competition website.

Applications can be submitted any time up to and including June 30.

Harrow Council is providing cash prizes for each category and there are also prizes from a number of sponsors.

From leaving part of your garden to nature to building a blue or green roof on buildings, there are many ways in which we can support nature and wildlife in our towns and cities.

Gardens are incredibly valuable resources as are parks and street verges.

The categories include: Primary Schools, Best Front Space and Best Garden Managed for Nature. 

Councillor Varsha Parmar, environment portfolio holder, said: “This is a great initiative, which will help to increase biodiversity and improve the environment in the Borough. It will also raise that all-important awareness that everyone can make a contribution, no matter how small.

“Harrow Council has declared a climate emergency and it is vital that we make every effort to improve our environment.”

More information is available on the Harrow Go Green website. 

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