Winner of the Sociology Public Engagement Prize 2018 staff category for The Make Do and Mend Expo in June 2017. This event brought together 70 delegates, including third sector organisations, policymakers, academics and members of the public, interested in community forms of provision. It involved a day of presentations, workshops and activities about the environmental and financial benefits of ‘being thrifty’ and potential of alternative provisioning models.
|Degree of recognition||Local|
|Granting Organisations||The University of Manchester|