Save our Wildlife Awards

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Plant power! Exciting environmental competition for change-makers. Do you have a passion for our planet, an affection for our animals, and a natural love for nature?

What we eat and how we grow our food today will decide the future of tomorrow!

🎊 Congratulations and a BIG thank you 🥳 to all the participants and winners of our ‘Save our Wildlife competition’. Thank you so much for sharing your pictures and videos with your entries. You have helped raise the alarm 🚨 and spread the urgent message that animals are losing lives, homes and families – but together we can create the change that’s urgently needed.

The awards night was on Thursday 9th December. It was presented by Luke Scott III and included a compilation video of the art work from the school children and pictures and video of the children with their winning certificates.

Guests at the event: Sailesh Rao from Climate Healers, Catrina Fenton the Head of the Heritage Seed Library and Willow Weaver Cherry Chung.

Here is link the video of the event.

The Winners

Winners of the short video competition:

1st prize Giles Bryant: Wildlife Emergency

2nd prize Piers Warren: Change Your Dream

3rd prize Danny Jones and Izaak Chung-Graham: Grow Veganic Save the Planet

The following schools have won a day with Willow Artist Cherry Chung:

Hillshott Infant School and Nursery

Bromsgrove Preparatory School 

Bredon Hill Middle School

New College Leicester 

Winners KS1

Louise Hatton-Hillshott Infant School and Nursery

Avery Ayson -Hillshott Infant School and Nursery

Emily Powell Chloe Thorpe -Bishop Lonsdale Primary School and Nursery

Winners KS2

Riya GandeshaBromsgrove Preparatory School 

Emily L -St Edwards Catholic Primary-

Amy Sabir-Eaton Square School


Austeja Bordovskyte and Morgan Douglas Peterhead Academy

Elsa Greenwood and Ella Crowley -Bredon Hill Middle School

Dylan Foster, Leah Clamp, Papa Bawuah, Lichelle Schumachers and Athaliah Charakupa 



Erin Fullwood New College Leicester 

Lanyes Mazon – Nicholas Breakspear School