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All entries

Thank you to all that have entered the CCF Awards.

We are delighted to share details of all that entered the CCF Awards. We received 60 nominations across the six categories.

Energy Category - This category is for projects involving the energy efficient refurbishment of community-owned buildings and energy efficiency advice. Eligible projects needed to have run in the period 1 April 2017 - 31 March 2018. The nominees are:

  • Aberdeen Green Futures Project, Aberdeen Multicultural Centre - Self nomination and third party nomination by Home Energy Scotland
  • East Sutherland Energy Advice Service, The Kyle of Sutherland Development Trust - self nomination
  • Forth Valley Communities for Conservation, Central Scotland Regional Equality Council - Self nomination
  • Garioch Sports Centre Goes Green, Garioch Sports Centre - Self nomination
  • Gate Church Carbon Saving Project, Gate Church International SCIO, Dundee City - third party nomination by Home Energy Scotland
  • HEAT Rattray and the Glens, Ericht Trust (now Blairgowrie & Rattray Development Trust), Perth and Kinross - Self nomination and third party nominations by Home Energy Scotland, Glaze and Save & Kishorn Insulation
  • LED Communities, – Galson and Carloway Estate Trust, Tighean Innse Gall, Western Isles - Self nomination
  • Sustainable Papa Westray, Papay Community Cooperative Ltd (Papay Coop), Orkney Islands - Self nomination

Travel Category - This category is for projects involving lower carbon travel. Eligible projects needed to have run in the period 1 April 2017 - 31 March 2018. The nominees are:

  • Aberdeen Green Future Project, Aberdeen Multicultural Centre, Aberdeen - Self nomination and nominated by Home Energy Scotland
  • Community Tracks Inverclyde, Inverclyde Community Development Trust, Inverclyde - Self nomination and nominated by Inverclyde Academy
  • Forth Valley Communities for Conservation - Central Scotland Regional Equality Council, Falkirk - Self nomination
  • Garioch Sports Centre Goes Green, Garioch Sports Centre - Self nomination
  • Healthy Living and Sustaining East-Renfrewshire, Woodfarm Education Centre, East Renfrewshire - Self nomination
  • HEAT Rattray and the Glens, Ericht Trust (now Blairgowrie & Rattray Development Trust), Perth and Kinross - third party nomination by Home Energy Scotland
  • Possibility Grows and Cycles Here, St Paul’s Youth Forum, Glasgow City - Self nomination
  • The African Carbon Reduction Scheme, African Challenge Scotland, Glasgow City - Self nomination

Food Category - This category is for projects involving the production and consumption of lower carbon food. Eligible projects needed to have run in the period 1 April 2017 - 31 March 2018. The nominees are:

  • Charlie's Green Angels Methilhill Community Childrens Initiative, Fife - Self nomination
  • Gate Church Carbon Saving Project, Gate Church International SCIO, Dundee City
  • Greener Broadford, Broadford & Strath Community Company, Highland - Self nomination
  • Grow Your Own Community,Tagsa Uibhist, Western Isles - Self nomination
  • HEAT Rattray and the Glens, Ericht Trust (now Blairgowrie & Rattray Development Trust), Perth and Kinross - third party nomination by Home Energy Scotland
  • Methilhill Community Childrens Initiative, Fife - Self nomination
  • Possibility Grows and Cycles Here, St Paul’s Youth Forum, Glasgow City - Self nomination
  • SCOREscotland Green Futures Project, SCOREscotland, City of Edinburgh - Self nomination

Waste Category - This category is for projects involving reducing, reusing and recycling waste. Eligible projects needed to have run in the period 1 April 2017 - 31 March 2018. The nominees are:

  • Energy Savers – Train to Gain, Lairg & District Learning Centre, Highland - Self nomination
  • Fit for purpose, The Ecology Centre, Fife - Self nomination
  • Gate Church Carbon Saving Project, Gate Church International SCIO, Dundee City - Nominated by Home Energy Scotland
  • Healthy Living and Sustaining East-Renfrewshire, Woodfarm Education Centre, East Renfrewshire - Self nomination
  • HEAT Rattray and the Glens, Ericht Trust (now Blairgowrie & Rattray Development Trust), Perth and Kinross - third party nomination by Home Energy Scotland
  • Lochaber Energy and Waste project, Lochaber Environmental Group, Highland - Self nomination
  • R:evolve Recycle project, LEAP (Lightburn Elderly Association Project), South Lanarkshire - Self nomination and third party nomination by Zero Waste Scotland
  • St Andrews Community Skillshare, Transition University of St Andrews, Fife - Self nomination
  • Sustainable Papa Westray, Papay Community Cooperative Ltd (Papay Coop), Orkney Islands - Self nomination
  • Transition Stirling’s Mobile Tool Library, Transition Stirling, Stirling - Self nomination

Youth Engagement Category - This category is for projects involving young people 26 and under. Eligible projects needed to have run in the period 1 April 2017 - 31 March 2018. The nominees are:

  • Charlie's Green Angels Methilhill Community Childrens Initiative, Fife - Self nomination
  • Community Tracks Inverclyde, Inverclyde Community Development Trust - Self nomination and third party nomination by Inverclyde Academy
  • Embedding North Glasgow's Green Legacy, Ng Homes, Glasgow City - Self nomination
  • Greener Broadford, Broadford & Strath Community Company, Highland - Self nomination
  • Healthy Living and Sustaining East-Renfrewshire, Woodfarm Education Centre, East Renfrewshire - Self nomination
  • HEAT Rattray and the Glens, Ericht Trust (now Blairgowrie & Rattray Development Trust), Perth and Kinross - third party nomination by Home Energy Scotland
  • Possibility Grows and Cycles Here, St Paul’s Youth Forum, Glasgow City - Self nomination
  • Sustainable Papa Westray, Papay Community Cooperative Ltd (Papay Coop), Orkney Islands - Self nomination

Outstanding Contribution - This category is for projects that have made an outstanding contribution to community action on climate change over the last decade of CCF, with projects that ran at any point until 31 March 2018 eligible for the category. Nominations have been received from:

  • Gate Church International SCIO, Dundee City - Nominated by Home Energy Scotland
  • Greener Kirkcaldy, Fife - Self nomination
  • Local Energy Action Plan (LEAP), Renfrewshire - Self nomination and third party nominations from Engage Renfrewshire, Ng Homes, City of Edinburgh Council, Linstone Housing & Music Broth
  • South Seeds, Glasgow City - Self nomination
  • The Kyle of Sutherland Development Trust, Highland - Self nomination
  • Transition Stirling, Stirling - Self nomination

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