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Save the date - Green Flag Award Ceremonies

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We are delighted to announce our Green Flag Award Ceremonies for organisations in England who have achieved Green Flag Awards in 2015/16. We are running four ceremonies across the country, and invites will be sent out depending upon the region you fall within.

The ceremonies will consist of a welcome and short speeches, presentations of flags and a lunch or afternoon tea with chances to meet with others in your regions and share stories. We are asking managing organisations to also invite their Elected Members with a responsibility for green spaces. 

Oldham - 21 July (mid morning start followed by lunch): Ceremony for Green Flag Award winners in the North West, North East and Yorkshire & Humber regions. 

Rugby - 22 July (mid morning start followed by lunch): Ceremony for Green Flag Award winners in the West Midlands, East Midlands and the East of England.

London - 23 July (mid morning start followed by lunch): Ceremony for Green Flag Award winners in the London region.

London - 23 July (early afternoon start followed by afternoon tea): Ceremony for Green Flag Award winners in the South West and South East regions.

Invited organisations should have already received a save the date email invite, and we're asking them to get back in touch with us by 18 May with their ticket requests so we can allocate tickets appropriately. If you have any queries or believe you should have received an invitation, please contact us at  GFAEvents@keepbritaintidy.org

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