ALEA Nottingham is delighted to once again be an official sponsor of the Nottingham Sports Awards. We are committed to working with and supporting events which give back to the local community. As a successful business in the heart of Nottingham we believe it is vital to support and celebrate our local talent.
Lee Hall, Venue Director
BMI The Park Hospital are delighted to be a part of the 2019 Nottingham Post Sports Awards. We have been caring for the people of Nottingham for over 35 years, looking after thousands of local people every year.
We are proud to sponsor the Amateur Sportsperson of the Year Award; we think it’s a fantastic way to showcase some of the truly great local talent within our County. We would like to wish all of the nominees the very best of luck in their respective categories; we look forward to celebrating with you all at the awards.
Amanda Dorkes, Executive Director
“Breedon, with its Electrical, Fire and Security divisions continues to go from strength to strength across the East Midlands. Despite being only four years old, the business founded by Notts entrepreneur Andrew Springhall & Ben Tooms are taking service levels in their sector to another level. Breedon undertakes work ranging from reactive electrical problems, fixed wire testing to emergency lighting, fire & intruder alarm installations and maintenance along with CCTV, automated gates & door access solutions across the education, care & commercial sectors. The business is currently doubling turnover year on year and is proud to be sponsoring this year’s Sports Awards.”
Andrew Springhall, Director
“7 Infantry Brigade and HQ East ‘The Desert Rats’ is proud to sponsor the Sportswoman of the Year award. As the main regional Army presence in the East Midlands we work with Nottinghamshire schools, colleges, youth organisations and sports clubs to help inspire young people to reach their potential. We have a team of dedicated solders who use the vast array of transferable skills learnt in the Army to deliver STEM activities, team and confidence building challenges and lots more. We are proud of our sporting record promoting many sports and support our elite athletes, giving them the opportunity to flourish. Contact us: 7X-G9-Engagement@mod.gov.uk
Lt Col Keith E Spiers TD – Head of Army Engagement East
“De Vere East Midlands Conference Centre and Orchard Hotel are proud to be sponsors and hosts of the Nottingham Post Sports Awards once again in 2019.
As a business, we support a lot of sports teams in Nottinghamshire as we value the role sport plays in promoting mental health and wellbeing in the workplace, developing life skills, raising aspiration; and promoting cross cultural engagement in all aspects of life.
We look forward to seeing who is nominated for the Volunteer of the Year and wish everyone the best of luck for the event in October.”
Tom Waldron-Lynch, General Manager
Elonex is excited to sponsor the Young Sportsperson of the Year at the Nottingham Post Sports Awards.
We have a long association with the world of sport that stretches back more than three decades, and includes Elonex sponsoring major sporting events, sponsoring professional football, rugby and cricket clubs and supplying digital display and big screen technology to stadiums across the UK.
So we very much look forward to paying tribute to the wealth of young talent we know exists in the region, and would like to wish all entrants the very best of luck.
Adam Stockton, Managing Director
We are a young company, proudly Derby born and based. We are delighted to be given the opportunity of joining the sponsors to celebrate sport in Nottingham. Creativity for us is paramount, every product, every advertisement and every design come through a process of research and science, delivering data and inputs to put into a creative and desirable product. We don't do all of our creative work alone; we rely on others for support and we are proud to be an Event Partner for the Nottingham Post Sports Awards.
Dean Jackson, Owner
We’re thrilled to sponsor the Community Award for the second year running! It’s humbling to meet such talented sportspeople and this award in particular celebrates the unsung heroes of our community. Last year’s winners, the Pythian Club were a true example of working together in a bid to give local children the best start in life. And one thing our Swedish heritage has taught us since coming to Nottingham 25 years ago is that hard work and good values are important for success. That’s why we strive to make a difference where we live and work – and why we’re proud to return as sponsors of the Community Award.
Paul O’Leary, Country Manager
The Mazars Nottingham team are extremely proud to continue sponsorship of the Brian Clough OBE Manager/Coach of the Year category for the 2019 awards. As an organisation with a longstanding Nottinghamshire base and City Centre location we are proud to be part of a business and sporting community which has over the years consistently delivered success stories across the city and county. This continued success and achievement would not be possible without the strong coaching and mentoring ethic guiding every team. We see many parallels between sport and business in this regard, which is why this award fits so perfectly with our own ethos and the underlying guiding principles we apply in our own business : locally , across the UK and internationally.
Alistair Wesson, Nottingham Office Managing Partner
“Revolution Bars Group have been trading since 1996 and are a destination of choice for customers who value a premium drinks and food-led offering. You’ll find Revolution located in Nottingham’s popular Cornerhouse development, with Andrew Barker leading the team for the last 2 years. Our unique design and layout can cater for all occasions including meetings, special events and private hires. From drinks with friends in our main bar to a night out in our VIP booths, all spaces can cater for dining, drinking and partying, and can be hired for corporate and social events. As a business, we pride ourselves in our Amazing Customer Experience and are proud to be sponsoring this year’s Sports Awards.”
Andrew Barker, General Manager of Revolution Cornerhouse
Southwell Racecourse is one of the premier sporting venues in the county and offers far more than just your average racecourse. Alongside a plethora of meetings spanning every month of the year both jumps and flat racing, we also have Southwell Golf Club as well.
We have much to look forward to with the addition of floodlights bringing a raft of new fixtures and making us one of just five racecourses in the country to race under lights.
We are delighted to be a sponsor at the Nottingham Sports Awards, which is a real showcase for all that Nottingham has to offer as regards the sporting scene, and we are glad to be a cog in the big wheel.
Mark Clayton, Executive Director
“The Alternative Adviser is incredibly proud to be associated with the Nottingham Post Sports Awards for the first time. Having the opportunity to celebrate with and give recognition to Nottingham’s thriving sporting community through our headline sponsorship of Sportsman of the Year is an honour and a privilege. I am confident that the awards evening is going to be a fantastic event, not only because we can celebrate the success of others, but also because we have the unique opportunity to connect with fellow sportspersons who share the common goal of creating a stronger sporting community.”
Anthony Clark, Managing Partner
The Royal Air Force is currently recruiting in Nottinghamshire and is continuing to go from strength the strength across the area. The Royal Air Force offer exciting apprenticeships that are rated as outstanding by Ofsted for all ground trades, which require no previous experience. There are jobs which range from not requiring any formal qualifications right up to degree entry level. A career in the RAF is exciting and varied no matter your walk of life, and we are delighted to be sponsoring this year’s Sports Awards.
Rob Naylor, Sergeant, Office Manager ACFO Nottingham