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Staffordshire University Rewards Staff For Promoting Sustainability

At the annual ‘celebrating staff success’ event held by Staffordshire University, a new category for this year’s event saw staff being presented with awards for sustainability. The ceremony, which is about recognising the achievements of employees in the University over the past 12 months, included two awards highlighting commitments by members of staff to sustainability within the University, both on-site and in the curriculum, and outside the workplace.

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Container Gardening at the Staffordshire University Allotment

Tomorrow, the Staffordshire University Community Organic Gardeners will be holding a Container Gardening event at their allotment site next to Crime Scene House in Leek Road, Stoke.

The site is made up of five allotment plots and aims to provide staff and students at the University with the opportunity to get involved with the project and share the produce grown on the site. Tomorrow’s event will be aimed at introducing people to container gardening and the scope to grow your own veg no matter how much space you have at home.

In addition to this and other past events such as willow sculpture making, the site encourages staff and students to come along to the allotment site on Tuesdays and Thursday evenings between 5pm and 7pm during summer months, and Sundays from 10am to 5pm throughout the year. To read more about the Staffordshire University Allotment, visit their website.

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