LINCOLNSHIRE SPORT & PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AWARDS 2022

We're excited to announce our 2022 award winners! Find out more

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Active Lincolnshire is committed to providing opportunities for everyone in Lincolnshire to be active every day. We work with partners to address inequalities and inactivity, responding to the needs of people and places.

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Active Club Award Finalists 2022

Active Club Award
sponsored by Let's Move Lincolnshire


The Active Club Award recognises sports and activity clubs that have actively engaged with their members through sessions, competitions and communications over the last year to make a positive difference to people. It celebrate sports and activity clubs who have made substantial contribution to their direct members, the wider local community and volunteers.

Our Finalists

  • Kuk Sool Won Boston
    Kuk Sool Won Martial Arts School has been established in Boston since 1995, and has engaged with 1000s of locals over the years. This club is charity based with all the teachers giving their evenings for free to help teach. Students range from age 4 to over 85 years of age. Apart from the martial arts teaching, learning respect and manners play a very important part. Prices are kept very low so everyone should be able to afford to train.

  • Lincoln Invictus
    Lincoln Invictus is an inclusive Football Club within Lincoln, which offers PAN Disability Football sessions, Mixed Walking Football sessions, Ladies only Walking Football sessions and Deaf and Hearing Impaired Football sessions. Formed in 2020 the club now has over 160 players who take part in one of the five disciplines of the game. The club is run by a small number of volunteers whose aim is to provide an opportunity for as many people as possible to take part in the game. The club’s growth is testament to their belief that every player, no matter their ability, should have the opportunity to play football in a safe environment.

  • Lincoln Sea Cadets Corp
    The volunteers who run Lincoln Sea Cadets Corp are unwavering in their dedication and commitment to providing an experience that includes on water sport activities as part of the sea cadets all round experience. From driving mini buses across the country for kids to attend rowing competitions to endless rowing and sailing and power boating on the Brayford this group use professionalism and skill to bring water sports to children and young people.

View all our finalists.