Article published on 24 October 2017
The Nottingham Post Sports Awards 2017, taking place on Thursday 26th October, will celebrate and reward the outstanding achievements of Nottinghamshire’s exceptional sporting successes. Across professional and amateur sport in the area, disabled and non-disabled people will be recognised, demonstrating to the wider community that Nottingham really is home to some of the most successful sporting talents and rising stars in the country today.
As a local company in Nottinghamshire who provide thousands of free and accessible sport and play facilities in parks across the UK – we are super proud to be sponsoring this great event that gives back to our community.
Rob Baker, Managing Director comments:
“We know it takes dedication, passion and hard work whether you are at an amateur level or not.
At Keyworth Cricket Club I have seen a 10-year plan and an abundance of volunteer time and energy take a club from 30 members and two struggling senior teams with no junior section to become a club with over 300 members, four adult teams, a ladies’ team, two girls’ teams and countless boys’ teams.
Seeing this first hand and having an awareness of what it takes made my selection of category to sponsor very simple.
Getting people active and involved in sport at an often ‘unsung’ level is something we really wanted to support.”
We wish all nominees in this category the best of luck on Thursday and very much look forward to presenting the award to the eventual winner.
To read the full story about our sponsorship in the Nottingham Evening Post, please click here
To find out any more information about this event or our new sports app please contact email@example.com or call us on 0115 982 3982
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