Tunbridge Wells Junior Sports Achievement Awards 2011 - entries now being invited

PUBLISHED: 16:49 05 October 2011 | UPDATED: 20:05 20 February 2013

Tunbridge Wells Junior Sports Achievement Awards 2011 - entries now being invited

Tunbridge Wells Junior Sports Achievement Awards 2011 - entries now being invited

Entries are now being invited for the annual Tunbridge Wells Junior Sports Achievement Awards. The awards recognise young people who have made a significant contribution to sport, either through their own success...


Junior Sports Achievement Awards 2011




Entries are now being invited for the annual Tunbridge Wells Junior Sports Achievement Awards. The awards recognise young people who have made a significant contribution to sport, either through their own success or through their work assisting others.

The awards ceremony will be held at the Royal Victoria Hall, Southborough on Thursday 24 November 2011.

Entries are now open for all eleven categories. Nominees must live in or attend a school within the borough of Tunbridge Wells. The closing date for nominations is Friday 21 October 2011. Nominations can be made either on-line or on paper using the form available at www.tunbridgewells.gov.uk/sports

Now in their eighth year, the Junior Sports Achievement Awards are organised by Tunbridge Wells Borough Council. Winners and the runners-up will receive trophies donated by Fusion Lifestyle, the health, leisure and well-being experts who manager the boroughs leisure centres (The Weald, Putlands Sports and Leisure Centre and Tunbridge Wells Sports Centre). Notable achievers will receive training grants funded by Tunbridge Wells Borough Council, Fusion Lifestyle and the King Charles School Old Boys Association.

Consideration will be given to a variety of factors including effort and improvement during either the winter or summer sports seasons from October 2010 October 2011. Judges will take into account nominees contribution to sport and their ability to act as a significant role model for young people in community clubs and schools.

For further information please contact Natalie Coode, Sports and Young People Officer, 01892 554201. Further information and guidelines can also be downloaded at www.tunbridgewells.gov.uk/sports


Junior Sports Achievement Awards 2011

Entries are now being invited for the annual Tunbridge Wells Junior Sports Achievement Awards. The awards recognise young people who have made a significant contribution to sport, either through their own success or through their work assisting others.

The awards ceremony will be held at the Royal Victoria Hall, Southborough on Thursday 24 November 2011.

Entries are now open for all eleven categories. Nominees must live in or attend a school within the borough of Tunbridge Wells. The closing date for nominations is Friday 21 October 2011. Nominations can be made either on-line or on paper using the form available at www.tunbridgewells.gov.uk/sports

Now in their eighth year, the Junior Sports Achievement Awards are organised by Tunbridge Wells Borough Council. Winners and the runners-up will receive trophies donated by Fusion Lifestyle, the health, leisure and well-being experts who manager the boroughs leisure centres (The Weald, Putlands Sports and Leisure Centre and Tunbridge Wells Sports Centre). Notable achievers will receive training grants funded by Tunbridge Wells Borough Council, Fusion Lifestyle and the King Charles School Old Boys Association.

Consideration will be given to a variety of factors including effort and improvement during either the winter or summer sports seasons from October 2010 October 2011. Judges will take into account nominees contribution to sport and their ability to act as a significant role model for young people in community clubs and schools.

For further information please contact Natalie Coode, Sports and Young People Officer, 01892 554201.

Further information and guidelines can also be downloaded at www.tunbridgewells.gov.uk/sports


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