THE awards ceremony for the biennial Henley Schools Environmental Science Competition will take place at the River & Rowing Museum
THE awards ceremony for the biennial Henley Schools Environmental Science Competition will take place at the River & Rowing Museum on Wednesday, June 5.
There will be a short talk by Ian Giuliani, a local architect with an international practice and a special interest in sustainability and conservation.
This will be followed by demonstrations by children from four competing local primary schools, Sacred Heart (Lydia Harris), Sonning Common (Chris Hirst, Philippa Byrne), St Mary’s School (Elly Kennedy) and Trinity (Anne Griffiths).
The trophy, certificates and prize money will be presented by Mr Giuliani, Henley Mayor Stefan Gawrysiak, David Hodgkinson, managing director of competition sponsor Quintessa, and competition chairman Malcolm Dodds, of Henley in Transition.
The competition is organised by Henley Wildlife Group and sponsored by Quintessa, Henley Educational Trust, Henley Town Council and RPS Energy and supported by Henley in Transition and the Henley Partnership.
Anyone can attend the ceremony, which will begin at 4pm.