Two awards in one day for EngTog Chair!

Paula was presented at the North East Chamber Business Awards with the Community and CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) Inspiring Female of the Year. 

Then just a few hours later her work as a STEM Ambassador was recognised with her receiving an award for the most hours – the second year in a row!


EngTog’s Julie leading the way for Green Careers Week

Week commencing 7 to 11th of November is Green Careers week. Our Climate Change champion Julie is delivering ‘Climate Change, Scientists & Engineers needed’ to approx. 500 students in Teesside that week.

The workshops demonstrate what our engineers are doing to tackle climate change. Using Green hydrogen as an example, Julie will be using the model solar powered hydrogen cars so young people can see an alternative energy source to fossil fuels.

Julie will also be delivering a UK Space Agency funded workshop that demonstrates how we can use sustainability in space here on earth. Using the International Space Station as an example the sessions cover, energy supply, water recycling and experiments with fungi as an alternative material.

If you are a STEM Ambassador who wishes to get involved please email and we shall put you in touch with Julie.

Julie is a Community Star

Our very own Julie Harrison has won a Stockton on Tees Community Star Award 🙂

We have always known she is a star but it is lovely to know that her work is being recognised more widely.

Well done Julie and thank you for all that you do.

Loving Local

Two of our volunteers attended Ormesby Hall’s Love Local event.

Julie, our Climate Champion, showed 500 people of all ages her hydrogen cars, kindly funded by the Cleveland Scientific Institution. Paula, our Chair, read her Lottie Books to and with many families.

Julie is leading the way in Hartlepool

We are delighted that our Climate Champion Julie Harrison is leading the way. She is not only a Love Hartlepool Leader who is determined to put Hartlepool on the map, a longstanding climate activist, an entrepreneur, business owner and STEM educator.

She is leading work in Hartlepool where the ‘Green Heart’ is one of four priority areas for the coming year. Read all about it at Green Hartlepool – Love Hartlepool

Well Done Julie!