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Nominate now for the 2014 London Awards for Sport and Physical Activity

10:08 27 March 2014

The Velo Park where the awards will be made

The Velo Park where the awards will be made

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Make your nominations by April 25

The London Awards for Sport and Physical Activity celebrate the clubs, organisers, coaches and volunteers that contribute towards sport and physical activity in their local communities. They are the capital’s only community sport awards and offer the chance to recognise the people that make it possible for Londoners to stay active and replicate their sporting heroes.

The categories open for nomination are:

● Outstanding Voluntary Contribution

● Inspirational Performance of the Year

● Volunteer of the Year

● Young Volunteer of the Year

● Coach of the Year

● Inclusive Champion of the Year

● Club of the Year

● Education Partner of the Year

● Community Sport Project of the Year

● Community Physical Activity Project of the Year

Nominations will run until Friday, April 25, 2014. If you know a club, organisation or individual that deserves to be recognised, go to londonsportsawards.org to nominate.

The awards are organised by London Sport, the County Sports Partnership for London. This year’s event is supported by Lee Valley Regional Park Authority and will be held at the Lee Valley VeloPark on the evening of Wednesday, June 4. For more information go to londonsportsawards.org.

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