Joining us for the award ceremony at Edgbaston will be Emily Campbell, weightlifting bronze medallist from the Gold Coast 2018 and British record holder for the 90kg+ class.
Keeping with the Commonwealth Games trend, Ian Reid, CEO for Birmingham 2022, will be celebrating grassroots success and looking ahead to the event as it heads to England’s second city.
Dignitaries from the city and the royal family will be at the awards with Yvonne Mosquito, the Lord Mayor of Birmingham, attending with Alliance president HRH the Earl of Wessex who will present the winner of each category with their award and £1,000 prize money.
Tickets for the awards are available to buy here.
The Sport and Recreation Alliance has shortlisted 15 grassroots organisations for their excellent and inspiring community sport projects.
The day will also provide an excellent opportunity to network with colleagues in the sector and celebrate the value of grassroots sport and recreation.
The 15 shortlisted entries are;
- Burnley FC in the Community
- London Youth Rowing
- Thatto Heath Crusader Amateur Rugby Club
- Bristol Sport Foundation
- GreaterSport and the Proud Trust
- Youth Hostel Association (YHA)
- Boxing Futures
- Core Sport
- Hallam Barbell Olympic Weightlifting and Strength Training Club
- Active Surrey
- Loughborough University
- Northumbria Sport
- Gympanzees CIC
- Panathlon Challenge
- Snow-Camp Charity