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2017 Peter Walpole ‘People’s Choice’ Conservation Award Guernsey

It’s time to vote for the Insurance Corporation Peter Walpole ‘People’s Choice’ Award, an award decided by the people of Guernsey. The Insurance Corporation Conservation Awards 2017 is fast approaching, and it’s set to be another great year!

We’ve recently been out judging entries for the Insurance Corporation Conservation Awards 2017, and were absolutely delighted with the variety of projects on display!

Whilst we decide on our winners for the ‘Best Conservation Project’, the ‘Best Conservation Project Runner Up’ and the ‘Manpower Award’, this week there is one more exciting award for you, the people of Guernsey, to play your part in!

Get Involved!

We filmed our day out judging so that the public could watch and make their own decisions on their favourite project. This is your chance to vote for the Peter Walpole ‘People’s Choice’ Award, decided by you.

“How can I vote?”

To vote – please watch all of the videos below, and then with two clicks simply select your favourite project in the list at the bottom of the page by ticking it’s box, and then click the vote button to submit!

The winning project will be announced at our Insurance Corporation Conservation Awards 2017 presentation on the 15th June, and will receive £500 to put towards their project…

Alderney Bird Observatory

New Life For Old Vinery – Joyce Hardy, Marette De Haute Vinery

The Going, Going, Gone Wild Project – GSPCA  / St Andrew’s Floral Group

The LIVE Teaching Through Nature Programme – Alderney Wildlife Trust

PEH Orchard – Charles Hurford

St Martin’s Community Wildlife Playground – 3rd Guernsey Scouts

Seabird Monitoring Programme – Alderney Wildlife Trust

Enzo’s Bug Hotel Extension



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Pick your winner and vote!



Jersey residents will have the opportunity to vote for their favourite local projects next week!

The ‘People’s Choice’ award was created in honour of Insurance Corporation chairman and the founder of the Conservation Awards – Peter Walpole.

Keep your eyes peeled for the Jersey version of the ‘People’s Choice’ award!


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