The Cerebral Palsy Sport Awards are back for a 4th year with the ceremony taking place on World CP Day, Sunday 6th October, at the David Ross Sports Village, University of Nottingham from 5pm – 6.30pm
The 2018 awards were a great success with nominations coming in from all across the county. The awards provide a fantastic opportunity to recognise all those involved in participating, delivering and supporting sports and activity for people with cerebral palsy and associated physical impairments.
The award categories and nomination form for 2019 are:
- Sports Achiever of the Year (Football, Cricket, Athletics, and Swimming)
- Volunteer of the Year
- Coach of the Year
- Club of the Year
- Official of the Year
Additional awards that will be presented on the day are; The Andrew Stubbs Trophy, Swimmer of the Year, Colin Rains Trophy for Endeavour, Fundraiser of the Year, Young Fundraiser of the Year, Fundraising Team of the Year, Lifetime Achievement Award and Partner of the Year.
The top 3 nominations in each category will be invited to attend the ceremony where the winners will be announced.
The Awards will be taking place after the Cerebral Palsy Athletics and Swimming Training Camp and AGM on the same day. We will also be recognising and celebrating World CP Day.
If you believe that someone you know deserves to be recognised, or you want to say thank you for all of their hard work and dedication then please find our online nomination forms in the above title categories or you can download a word version here
The deadline for nominations is 2nd August 2019
The results and photos from the 2018 Awards can be found here
If you would like any further information about the Awards please contact email@example.com