Your chance to vote for Norfolk’s eco hero
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A textile enthusiast, fashion activist, vegetable grower and biological diversity champion are in the running for an eco award.
Public voting is now open for the eco hero title - one of six categories in the Norwich and Norfolk Eco Awards.
The nominees are:
?Sarah Cox, chair of Friends of Colby School, who has organised textile recycling events in the school;
?Trevor Williams, Aylmerton Parish Council representative and founding member and chair of Felbeck Trust which promotes biological diversity;
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?Kate Cooper, a conscious stylist and fashion activist who leads sustainable fashion projects including the Norwich Fashion Jam;
?Rosalind Bacon, who has worked as a grower for the Norwich FarmShare community farm for four years.
People can vote for their favourite nominee, to be announced on March 20 at Norwich's Blackfriars Hall, by visiting www.norfolk.gov.uk/ecohero.
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Voting closes at 5pm on February 28.
The Norwich and Norfolk Eco Awards are run by Norwich City Council and Norfolk County Council.