Parents Jury wins Caroline Walker Trust Award
6th November, 2003
The annual Caroline Walker Trust awards recognise the work of those who have sought to improve public health through good food. Previous winners have ranged from scientists with international reputations to local food and community groups endeavouring to improve the health and well-being of local communities, as well as magazines, broadcasters and supermarkets.
Annie Seeley, co-ordinator of The Parents Jury, collected the award at the Caroline Walker Trust's annual award ceremony, where Geoffrey Cannon also delivered a lecture on 'The Fate of Nations: Food and Nutrition Policy in the New World'.
Other award winners included Professor Annie Anderson, Bradford Education Contract Services, Consensus Action on Salt and Health [CASH], and Food Chain. A Lifetime Achievement Award went to Aubrey Sheiham, who has long been an advisor and friend to all of us at The Food Commission, and who also acts as a director for The Food Commission Research Charity. Click here for the Caroline Walker Trust website
Click here to visit the Parents Jury website