Point and Sandwick Trust praised in UK social enterprise ‘roll of honour’

The entrance to Beinn Ghrideag, the wind farm owned and operated by Point and Sandwick Trust for the benefit of the community. Please credit: Picture by Sandie Maciver of SandiePhotos Photography. NO F19 Lewis wind farm Turbine2
The entrance to Beinn Ghrideag, the wind farm owned and operated by Point and Sandwick Trust for the benefit of the community. Photograph: Sandie Maciver of SandiePhotos Photography. NO F19 Lewis wind farm Turbine2

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The work of Point and Sandwick Trust over the course of the pandemic has been recognised at a special event bringing together the UK’s social enterprise community.

The community wind farm charity has been named in Social Enterprise UK’s Roll of Honour.

Social Enterprise UK’s alternative to a traditional awards ceremony in this most unusual of years, the Roll of Honour ‘acknowledges those individuals and businesses which, over the course of an extremely challenging year, have demonstrated the strength, passion and resilience which is so characteristic of the social enterprise sector’.

Two years ago, Point and Sandwick Trust won the title of UK Environmental Social Enterprise of the Year at the UK Social Enterprise Awards, in what completed a hat trick of awards for the community wind farm charity in 2018