2020 Finalists & Winner!

Below you can download reports about this year's top three entries. All fantastic entries, it was a close call but this year's winner selected by judges and public vote was Abbeydale Street Trees. 


'in a post COVID world [Abbeydale Street Trees] offers a powerful reclaiming of urban space, the potential to tell new narratives of what our streets and urban spaces could look like and it brings a community together around trees in a city whose residents have been at war about the felling of trees' - Rob Hopkins, Transition Network Co-founder

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Abbeydale Street Trees

Creating a green corridor in one of the most polluted parts of Sheffield, and bringing together local people


Green GRASS Sheffield

Therapeutic horticulture project for refugees and asylum seekers. Growing food and flowers to share, and cultivating community

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Tyfu Dyfi

A response to the CV-19 pandemic, social isolation and panic buying: helping children to plant seeds and grow food