An inn popular with visitors to Silverstone Circuit has been nominated for a sustainability award.
The Green Man Inn, in Brackley Hatch, has been nominated for this year’s coveted ‘people’s choice’ sustainability award, making the shortlist for the Community Vote of the 2014 Footprint Awards.
The Community Vote represents the support of businesses’ customers, suppliers and industry at large. Nick Fenwicke-Clennell, Footprint Media Group CEO said: “The ‘people’s choice’ award was created to recognise the efforts and achievements organisations have made with regard to responsible practice and sustainability.
“To be nominated for the Community Vote accolade by fellow members of the industry speaks volumes about the positive impact those organisations have not only had on their business but also on the community and environment.”
Other nominees for the Community Vote include Café Muse at Manchester Museum, Woolton Hall at the University of Manchester, The Coffee Cube at the University of Central Lancashire, The Duke of Cambridge, Islington, London and The Globe, Chelmsford, Essex.
Winners will be announced at an awards ceremony to be held at East Wintergarden, London on May 22.