YnNi Teg wins prestigious sustainability award

YnNi Teg receiving Sustain Wales award

We’re delighted to announce that YnNi Teg has won an award at Cynnal Cymru’s national Sustain Wales Awards 2017.

In a ceremony held at the Senedd in Cardiff Bay on 30th November, YnNi Teg was presented with the award for Sustainable Social Enterprise.

The awards ceremony, which was hosted by actor Rhodri Thomas, celebrated the efforts of organisations and individuals from around Wales who are carrying out the amazing work of helping to achieve Cynnal Cymru’s mission of making Wales a sustainable nation.

There were 27 finalists in total, and the full list of winners is as follows:

  • Sustainable Business of the Year – Griffiths
  • Sustainable Community Group – Pembrokeshire Care, Share & Give
  • Public Sector Award Sustainable Project – Public Health Wales with Greenstream Flooring, Rype Office furniture and Orangebox
  • Sustainable School – Thornhill Primary School
  • Sustainable Social Enterprise – YnNi Teg
  • Sustainable Building/Venue – Down to Earth
  • Sustainability Champion – Phil Williams
  • Sustainable Further Education/Higher Education Institution – Pharmabees
  • Sustainable Practice in Arts, Culture and Sport – It Doesn’t Have To be That Way’, Breaking the Cycles of Abuse, Violence and Control -Glyndwr University
  • Special Recognition Award – Nigel and Joyce Gervis, Ty-Mawr Lime

It’s a real honour to receive such a prestigious award so soon after launching YnNi Teg, and we’d like to thank everybody who took the time to vote for us.

 

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