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Organised by Active Lancashire and Local Authorities from across the county, the awards celebrate sporting achievements, community initiatives and wellness in the workplace.
The event pays tribute to those that show dedication to perform at the highest level, regardless of their age. It also highlights individuals, clubs and businesses who work tirelessly to support their local community and create an environment where people can thrive.
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The deadline for applications is 31st August 2022.
Please note that the following forms are for nominees operating within areas that do not have their own application processes; Chorley, Lancaster, Pendle, Ribble Valley, Wyre and West Lancashire. If you want to nominate a person or group in another area, please click here for more information. When making your application, please provide a good level of detail to ensure judges know enough about your nomination to consider them for an award.
This award is made to the coach or activator who has selflessly given up their time and invested their expertise to help those interested in sport and active lifestyles to improve their skills, confidence and realise their full potential. They have acted as a role model for many and shown a real commitment to improving the ability of others, both within the activity and beyond.
This award is given to a thriving organisation who have showcased that they are proactive and well-governed, working hard to retain and attract new participants. Shown great impact within their community to help encourage more people to live active lifestyles.
This award is given to a volunteer who has given up their free time to promote and support active lifestyles in a non-coaching capacity at a traditional sports club. Please note this category is open to all ages.
This award is given to an individual that has gone the extra mile within their community to support others to participate in physical activity, providing alternative opportunities that have made a difference. Nominations are encouraged from non-traditional sports clubs or backgrounds. Please note this category is open to all ages.
This award is given to a group that has gone above and beyond within their community to support others to participate in physical activity, providing alternative and innovative opportunities that have made a difference. Nominations are encouraged from non-traditional sports clubs or backgrounds. Please note this category is open to all ages.
This award is for an individual who has shown a consistent lifetime commitment (20+ years) and made a major contribution to community sport and active lifestyles within Lancashire.
This award is given to a Primary School that has gone above and beyond to support their pupils' physical and mental health, providing varying opportunities for all to access provision, regardless of their ability.
This award is given to a Secondary School that has gone above and beyond to support their pupils' physical and mental health, providing varying opportunities for all to access provision, regardless of their ability.
This award recognises physical activity and sport’s power to drive change and drive down inequalities. It recognises people, organisations, projects or initiatives that promote diversity, equality and inclusion throughout their work in physical activity and sport.
This award is for some of the most talented performers across the County, who show exceptional dedication to their sport and have the potential to perform at the highest level. Please note this category is for individuals up to the age of 18.
This award is presented to a Lancashire business that has gone the extra mile to support their employees' physical and mental health in the workplace, they may also have supported local sporting provision providing funding, venues or attending events.
This award shines a light on those supporting others with their physiological health, mental wellbeing, health management or any of the wider outcomes supported by physical activity and sport, emphasising the vital role that being physically active plays in supporting health outcomes. Nominations are encouraged from organisations, projects and individuals.
For enquiries only. Please submit award applications above.