The summer of sport is well underway in Nottingham. With the Cricket World Cup proving to be a huge success in the city (and beyond as England came out on top), preparations have begun for the various sporting clubs who call Nottingham home.
And, at this year’s Nottingham Post Sports Awards an outstanding sporting club is set to be acknowledged.
In what is always a highly anticipated affair on the regional sporting calendar, individuals, teams and clubs will go head-to-head across 15 different categories at the ceremony.
This includes the ‘Club of the Year’ award which will be presented to a sporting club that has made Nottinghamshire proud. Taking into account the impact the club has made on and off the field, the winning club will have demonstrated an ability to bring the community or individuals together through its sporting exploits.
Giving its backing to this year’s awards is Nottingham’s oldest independent solicitors Fraser Brown. The Nottingham based firm are experts in commercial and private law offering a wide range of services to their clients.
Dedicated to giving the highest level of advice, they have reaffirmed their support for the Nottingham Post Sports Awards having acted as event sponsors for many years.
CEO Patrick Wood explained: “Having enjoyed the benefits of sponsorship for the last four years it was an easy decision. It’s also important that we recognise the contribution sport makes to the county and the communities within” he said.
With so many excellent sporting clubs in the Nottinghamshire region, it will take a very special entrant to stand-out above the rest.
Patrick discussed what he is looking for from the winners of this category. He said: “primarily we want to see a dedication to their clubs. It’s hard to put high enough value on the contribution club members make every week. There’s a real dedication from many to ensure that sports clubs across the county not only remain viable but continue to thrive and develop.”
This year’s Nottingham Post Sports Awards will take place on Thursday 31 October at the East Midlands Conference Centre giving people of all ages and ability the chance to be recognised.
Nominations for the event are still open and close on Friday 23 August. People are encouraged to submit their own nominations and can do so by visiting the dedicated website https://nottinghampostsportsawards.co.uk/
For more information on this year’s awards get in touch with Bethany White at event organisers Champions (UK) plc. Call 08453 31 30 31 or email firstname.lastname@example.org