Energy drives development, which is why the UK is committed to developing a low-carbon system that makes sure enough energy is available, affordably.
By 2030, many of the UK’s power stations are expected to close and will need to be replaced to ensure there is enough electricity supply to meet the demands of homes and businesses.
Sizewell C would be one of the biggest and most technologically complex construction projects ever built in the UK, generating locally apprenticeships, jobs, and business and skills opportunities.
This award is open to any companies, charities or volunteer groups irrespective of size or sector who are actively engaged in putting something back into the local community to make Lowestoft & Waveney a prosperous area.
The winner of this award will be able to clearly demonstrate and provide evidence of how they support and work with their local community - building relationships with residents, schools and/or community groups, either by helping to increase the employment opportunities for local people, providing training or re-training, support groups, donating used equipment, helping to renovate parks, clearing up rubbish, donations or sponsorship of local causes – the list is endless.
Entrants are asked to provide evidence of the following:
- How your company practices good citizenship.
- Your commitment outside of normal business practice to local people, places or events that is not aimed directly at improving your own business profit, but the quality of life in the local community.
- What the impact your work has on the local community.
By doing so they could receive the Community Pride Award.
Download the Business Awards Application Form by clicking on the link below.
Please email your completed forms including evidence to:
Michelle Gardner firstname.lastname@example.org
Or by post to:
Suffolk Chamber of Commerce in Lowestoft & Waveney