Nominate and thank the community champions who have gone above and beyond during the pandemic to keep people moving in Milton Keynes.
Despite the unprecedented times we are all living through, sport continues within the local community and the people who make sport happen are continuing to volunteer.
Leap, who aim to improve the lives of residents across Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes through physical activity and sport, are hosting a virtual awards ceremony to thank the people who make sport happen.
Do you know somebody who has gone the extra mile during the pandemic to keep people moving in Milton Keynes?
The closing date for submissions is 5pm on Wednesday 30th September 2020 and all nominations will be reviewed as they are when nominations close.
The 2020 Award Categories
Community Coach of the Year
This award recognises the excellent contribution and commitment of a coach to getting more people starting, staying and/or succeeding in sport through coaching. We’d love to hear about nominees who have gone above and beyond, adapting their delivery to help people get/stay active during the covid-19 pandemic.
Volunteer of the Year
This award celebrates an individual who makes an outstanding contribution to sport by giving their time to make sport happen. Volunteer Coaches should be nominated in one of the coaching categories.
Covid Innovation award
New this year, the Covid-19 innovation category is designed to celebrate the fantastic work that has taken place to keep people moving in Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes during the pandemic.
Terry Cook Unsung Hero of the Year
This award is presented to an individual who has made an exceptional long term commitment (often unrecognised and over many years) to making sport happen. This award is named after Terry Cook, former Board member and lifelong dedicated hockey volunteer who sadly lost her brave fight with cancer in 2011. Note: This award feeds into the BBC Regional Unsung Hero Award.