Nominations are now open for the Community Environment Network’s (CEN’s) annual B.A.T (Be A Team) Awards, which recognise the individuals and groups within the community who work on behalf of the environment and sustainability.
Nominations for this year’s BAT Awards will close at 5pm on Friday, 10 November.
If you know someone who has stood their ground at the crease, deflected the assault from their opponents and remained steadfast in protecting their wicket, all in the interests of nature, then they deserve to be nominated for a 2023 B.A.T Award.
CEN is calling for nominations for the following Annual Awards:
- Most outstanding all rounder – to a person or group who has put in a valiant effort on behalf of the environment / sustainability.
- Most outstanding community based organisation – to a group that has worked tirelessly on behalf of the environment / sustainability
- Rookie of the year – a newcomer to the conservation movement who has contributed to the improvement of our region’s environment / sustainability
- Best 12th man or woman – to somebody who has worked quietly in the background to support others in the front line-up and helps keep the team afloat
Every year creates new environmental challenges for the Central Coast community and each year outstanding individuals and groups stand up and courageously tackle those challenges head on.
CEN has now been honouring their efforts through the B.A.T Awards for many years and each year we find fresh faces and environmental stalwarts coming to the crease to do their very best for nature, sustainability and the community.
Nominate your favourite team players for the 2023 B.A.T Awards: Bat_awards_nomination_form.png