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Lecture & Awards 2000 - 2006
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The annual event provides an opportunity for individuals from a range of backgrounds such as industry, science, media and government to come together and interact. The usual format is that of a keynote speech or series of lectures during the evening or at an all day event.

The Trust has been fortunate to have hosted a number of lectures since it began in 1988, all of which have been given by distinguished scientists and policy makers. Each lecture highlights a specific important aspect of the relationship between good food and public health. Most of these lectures are available as PDF downloads and although the PDFs are free, donations can be made online and are much appreciated. Further information can be found on the lectures page.

CWT & Maggie Sanderson Student Awards

The CWT has for a number of years been running an awards scheme. This has been designed to recognise the work of those who have sought to improve public health through good food.

Previous winners of the Caroline Walker Trust Award have ranged from scientists with international reputations to local food and community groups endeavouring to improve the health and well-being of local communities. We would like to continue the tradition of recognising those individuals and groups who have made valuable contributions or projects who have made a significant impact on public health nutrition and food quality.

The Maggie Sanderson Student Awards recognise and celebrate Honours degree (post graduate) student's work which contribute to the ideals of the Trust, the promotion of public health through good food. Submissions are sought via recommendation from course leaders and The Trust is particularly interested in work with a practical outcome - a piece of research which makes a difference.