Ideas2Action Recycling Awards 2019

We held our fourth Recycling Awards on Friday 27 September in the Cattistock room at Poole Civic Centre.    The aim for organising the Awards is to recognise all those people/organisations who go the extra mile when it comes to recycling.  In addition we use the opportunity to say a big thank you for our volunteers and the venues who support our Win on Waste sessions.

This year, the Leader of BCP Council, Cllr Vikki Slade presented the awards, which as well as certificates, included some wonderful creative trophies produced by one of our Ambassadors, Laura.  We thank Mark Wheeler for taking all the lovely photos.

We’ll start the results with our Number One Recycler who this year was Terry Clapp   







Liz Blake was the runner-up in this category 





In the other categories the Adult Recycler, the winner was Elaine Seyd






and the runner-up:  Ann Stribley








Category 2 was for a team of recyclers from a private/statutory/voluntary organisation

The winners were Belle Bodies Gym (the award was collected on their behalf)






and the runners-up: Dorset Reclaim (Poole Volunteers Team)






The Under 18 category had joint winners: Iris Jones, Heidi Hawkins and Toby Hawkins (he was a little camera shy)






The winner of the School/College Award was Hillbourne Primary School HOW Club






The winners of our category for private/statutory/voluntary organisations whose employees recycle were staff in the Poole Hospital Management Corridor








Runners-up in this category were: Stour Valley and Poole Partnership






The following three were all Highly Commended: Costa Coffe Poole Hospital, Deli Marche also at Poole Hospital and InExcess (below)






Our Win on Waste on Wheels winner was Wendy Hartley.  Her certificate was received on her behalf.






Here’s some photos showing those  of our volunteers who were able to attend with their certificates.











We also gave certificates to representatives from the venues we use including the Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Libraries.  Medi Bernard received them.






And Jade Tidbury for the Parkstone Co-op






Just a few more photos from the evening: