Lincolnshire Sport & Physical Activity Awards

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Lincolnshire Sport & Physical Activity Awards 2024


This year, the Lincolnshire Sport and Physical Activity Awards are celebrating their 20th Anniversary! Over two decades the awards have become a well-known highlight of the Lincolnshire calendar.

The awards are a fantastic opportunity to recognise, celebrate and thank that person, organisation, club or volunteer who has had a positive impact through their commitment to sport and physical activity.

Through the awards, we are celebrating the fantastic work that individuals, clubs and organisations from across our county do to get more people, more active, more often.

Nominations for the 2024 awards are now open!

It only takes 5 minutes to enter and you can nominate yourself / own club or organisation, or nominate someone else.

It's free to enter and finalists will receive two free tickets to attend the awards ceremony in November.

Entries close midnight 31st July 2024.

  • Inclusion & Diversity Award

    Inclusion & Diversity Award

    Sponsored By:


    Awarded to:

    • Anyone involved with sport or physical activity in Lincolnshire including individuals, clubs, community groups, businesses, organisations, projects etc.


    Awarded for:

    • Making a significant impact on people from under-represented groups, reducing inequalities & increasing diversity within physical activity.
    • Either a specific dedicated project, or an approach to embedding equality, diversity and inclusion in their wider work, or anything that may fall in between.
    • The way in which they have made a real difference to the group of people they are working with. This could be for positively impacting underrepresented individuals from one or more of the following groups; lower socio-economic, ethnic or culturally diverse, disability, LGBTQIA+ community, women & girls and more.
    • Embedding their commitment to equality, inclusion and diversity across all they do within sport and physical activity.

    Your nomination should detail activities, projects, initiatives, or changes that have taken place over the last 12 months. The work may be ongoing.

    It’s worth remembering that physical activity doesn’t just include sport. Any activity that encourages people to move more and helps them towards reaching their 150 minutes of movement a week can be considered as physical activity.

    If you’re considering a nomination in for this category, you may also be interested in the Outstanding Service To Sport & Physical Activity Award, Positive Experiences for Children & Young People Award and Active Achievement Award.


    Entries close midnight 31st July 2024

    Nominations can be submitted through the online form above. If you require the questions or nomination form in a different format, please contact us.

  • Impact on Health Award

    Impact on Health Award

    Sponsored By:


    Awarded to:

    • Anyone involved with sport or physical activity in Lincolnshire including programmes, organisations, clubs, community groups, businesses, individuals etc.


    Awarded for:

    • A programme or approach to physical activity that has improved the health and wellbeing of participants.
    • The positive impact that has been made by using sport or physical activity to improve physical and / or mental health and wellbeing of participants.
    • Initiatives which promote an overall healthy lifestyle, or based around supporting and improving specific health outcomes; i.e. dementia, diabetes, cancer, obesity, poor mental health etc. This may include success in bringing together the health sector and the physical activity and sport sector.


    Your nomination should detail activities, projects, initiatives, or changes that have taken place over the last 12 months. The work may be ongoing.

    It’s worth remembering that physical activity doesn’t just include sport. Any activity that encourages people to move more and helps them towards reaching their 150 minutes of movement a week can be considered as physical activity.

    If you’re considering a nomination in for this category, you may also be interested in the Inclusion & Diversity Award and Active Achievement Award.


    Entries close midnight 31st July 2024

    Nominations can be submitted through the online form above. If you require the questions or nomination form in a different format, please contact us.

  • Active Workplace Award

    Active Workplace Award


    Awarded to:

    • Any type of business, charity, organisation etc across all sectors.
    • An employer of any size with any number of employees.


    Awarded for:

    • The creation of a work environment encouraging employees to be more active, more often.
    • The way they have given options for staff to be more active at every fitness level.
    • Opportunities created within work hours, and / or outside of work.
    • Examples may include:
      - An active work environment (e.g. walking meetings, movement breaks)
      -
      Facilitating active lifestyle (e.g. active commuting provision)
      -
      Workplace challenges or team activities.


    Your nomination should detail activities, projects, initiatives, or changes that have taken place over the last 12 months. The work may be ongoing.

    It’s worth remembering that physical activity doesn’t just include sport. Any activity that encourages people to move more and helps them towards reaching their 150 minutes of movement a week can be considered as physical activity.

    If you’re considering a nomination in for this category, you may also be interested in the Active Achievement Award and Active Change Award.


    Entries close midnight 31st July 2024

    Nominations can be submitted through the online form above. If you require the questions or nomination form in a different format, please contact us.

  • Active Event Award

    Active Event Award

    Sponsored By:

    Awarded to:

    • For an event, or series of events, that got people moving in Lincolnshire. This can include competitive and community events of any type.
    • A one off, occasional or regular event of any size.


    Awarded for:

    • Events which inspired more people to take part in some form of physical activity, either on the day, or around the event.
    • Meaningful reach and impact in relation to the scale of the event.
    • The promotion of inclusion and diversity.
    • The contribution the event(s) had to changing habits and inspiring people to be active, more often.


    Your nomination should detail activities, projects, initiatives, or changes that have taken place over the last 12 months. The work may be ongoing.

    It’s worth remembering that physical activity doesn’t just include sport. Any activity that encourages people to move more and helps them towards reaching their 150 minutes of movement a week can be considered as physical activity.

    If you’re considering a nomination in for this category, you may also be interested in the Inclusion & Diversity Award and Active Achievement Award.


    Entries close midnight 31st July 2024

    Nominations can be submitted through the online form above. If you require the questions or nomination form in a different format, please contact us.

  • Active Change Award

    Active Change Award

    Sponsored By:


    Awarded to:

    • An individual living in Lincolnshire.


    Awarded for:

    • The way someone has used sport or any form of physical activity to positively transform their life.
    • Significantly improving their physical and / or mental health and wellbeing through physical activity. Could be done on their own, or with others.
    • Showing continued commitment and dedication to personal change and growth.


    Your nomination should detail activities, projects, initiatives, or changes that have taken place over the last 12 months. The work may be ongoing.

    It’s worth remembering that physical activity doesn’t just include sport. Any activity that encourages people to move more and helps them towards reaching their 150 minutes of movement a week can be considered as physical activity.

    If you’re considering a nomination in for this category, you may also be interested in the Active Achievement Award and Active Club Award.


    Entries close midnight 31st July 2024

    Nominations can be submitted through the online form above. If you require the questions or nomination form in a different format, please contact us.

  • Active Achievement Award

    Active Achievement Award


    Awarded to:

    • An individual or small group of people, based in Lincolnshire.


    Awarded for:

    • A personal physical or sporting achievement that was a significant accomplishment for them.
    • A wide variety of accomplishments, no matter how big or small, as long as they are personally significant. Examples could include: elite sporting success, completing a personal challenge, reaching a key milestone, getting a hard earnt PB, using sport or physical activity to fundraise for a cause and many others. This achievement may have taken place in Lincolnshire or outside of our county.


    Your nomination should detail activities, projects, initiatives, or changes that have taken place over the last 12 months. The work may be ongoing.

    It’s worth remembering that physical activity doesn’t just include sport. Any activity that encourages people to move more and helps them towards reaching their 150 minutes of movement a week can be considered as physical activity.

    If you’re considering a nomination in for this category, you may also be interested in the Active Change Award and Active Event Award.


    Entries close midnight 31st July 2024

    Nominations can be submitted through the online form above. If you require the questions or nomination form in a different format, please contact us.

  • Outstanding Service to Sport & Physical Activity Award

    Outstanding Service to Sport & Physical Activity Award

    Awarded to:

    • An individual, group or organisation delivering sport or physical activities in Lincolnshire.


    Awarded for:

    • Making an outstanding contribution to providing opportunities for people to have a positive experience of physical activity.
    • Going above and beyond to make a difference in the sector. This could be through a specific sport or a range of activities.
    • Impacting a wide range of people to improve their access, involvement and / or enjoyment of sport or other physical activity - especially for those who are currently less active and facing barriers to participation.


    Your nomination should detail activities, projects, initiatives, or changes that have taken place over the last 12 months. The work may be ongoing.

    It’s worth remembering that physical activity doesn’t just include sport. Any activity that encourages people to move more and helps them towards reaching their 150 minutes of movement a week can be considered as physical activity.

    If you’re considering a nomination in for this category, you may also be interested in the Active Club Award and Unsung Hero Award.


    Entries close midnight 31st July 2024

    Nominations can be submitted through the online form above. If you require the questions or nomination form in a different format, please contact us.

  • Positive Experiences for Children & Young People Award

    Positive Experiences for Children & Young People Award

    Sponsored By:

    Lincoln College Logo Thumbnail


    Awarded to:

    • A group or organisation delivering sport or physical activities to children or young people in Lincolnshire.


    Awarded for:

    • Making an outstanding contribution to providing opportunities for children and young people to have a positive experience of physical activity.
    • The way in which they have made a positive impact on children and young people within the sessions and/or on their wider lives.
    • Opening opportunities up, especially for those who are currently less active and facing barriers to participating in physical activity.


    Your nomination should detail activities, projects, initiatives, or changes that have taken place over the last 12 months. The work may be ongoing.

    It’s worth remembering that physical activity doesn’t just include sport. Any activity that encourages people to move more and helps them towards reaching their 150 minutes of movement a week can be considered as physical activity.

    If you’re considering a nomination in for this category, you may also be interested in the Active Club Award and Active Youth Champion Award.



    Entries close midnight 31st July 2024

    Nominations can be submitted through the online form above. If you require the questions or nomination form in a different format, please contact us.

    Lincoln College Principal and CEO Mark Locking said:

    “We are delighted to support this year’s Sport and Physical Activity Awards.

    All employers and educators have a duty of care to their people in terms of supporting and promoting physical activity and sport in the workplace.

    We are investing in the creation of a culture and environment that nurtures physical and mental health and wellbeing and we’d urge others to do the same.”

  • Active Youth Champion Award

    Active Youth Champion Award


    Awarded to:

    • Someone (an individual) in Lincolnshire who has helped children and young people to be more active.


    Awarded for:

    • Making a significant difference supporting children and young people to move more. This could be through delivering activity sessions or supporting them in other ways to encourage, or enable them to be active.
    • The role they play being a champion for getting children and young people moving more and enjoying being active.
    • Opening opportunities up, especially for those who are currently less active and facing barriers to participating in physical activity.


    Your nomination should detail activities, projects, initiatives, or changes that have taken place over the last 12 months. The work may be ongoing.

    It’s worth remembering that physical activity doesn’t just include sport. Any activity that encourages people to move more and helps them towards reaching their 150 minutes of movement a week can be considered as physical activity.

    If you’re considering a nomination in for this category, you may also be interested in the Active Club Award and Unsung Hero Award.


    Entries close midnight 31st July 2024

    Nominations can be submitted through the online form above. If you require the questions or nomination form in a different format, please contact us.

  • Unsung Hero Award

    Unsung Hero Award

    Sponsored By:



    Awarded to:

    • An individual who volunteers for a Lincolnshire club, group or organisation.


    Awarded for:

    • The dedication they show, giving up their own time to a club, association, activity or project etc for the benefit of the participants and/or community.
    • A prolonged, regular commitment or significant commitment to a specific project, programme, club or cause.
    • The way in which this individual has made a significant contribution.
    • Someone who has a significant impact through their volunteering and without whom, opportunities for people to be more active would not be the same.


    Your nomination should detail activities, projects, initiatives, or changes that have taken place over the last 12 months. The work may be ongoing.

    It’s worth remembering that physical activity doesn’t just include sport. Any activity that encourages people to move more and helps them towards reaching their 150 minutes of movement a week can be considered as physical activity.

    If you’re considering a nomination in for this category, you may also be interested in the Active Club Award and Outstanding Service To Sport Award.


    Entries close midnight 31st July 2024

    Nominations can be submitted through the online form above. If you require the questions or nomination form in a different format, please contact us.

  • Active Club Award

    Active Club Award

    Awarded to:

    • A club or group who deliver sport or physical activity sessions on a regular basis.


    Awarded for:

    • Going above and beyond to create a better environment for existing and new members.
    • Breaking the mould and doing something different; this could be in a different type of session, competitions, communications or social opportunities etc.
    • Increasing accessibility and inclusion to and within the club. This could be through widening existing opportunities or creating new ones to get a more diverse range of local people involved.
    • Supporting members to be more active.


    Your nomination should detail activities, projects, initiatives, or changes that have taken place over the last 12 months. The work may be ongoing.

    It’s worth remembering that physical activity doesn’t just include sport. Any activity that encourages people to move more and helps them towards reaching their 150 minutes of movement a week can be considered as physical activity.

    If you’re considering a nomination in for this category, you may also be interested in the Active Achievement Award, Outstanding Service To Sport & Physical Activity Award & Positive Experiences for Children & Young People Award.



    Entries close midnight 31st July 2024

    Nominations can be submitted through the online form above. If you require the questions or nomination form in a different format, please contact us.

Inclusion & Diversity Award

Sponsored By:


Awarded to:

  • Anyone involved with sport or physical activity in Lincolnshire including individuals, clubs, community groups, businesses, organisations, projects etc.


Awarded for:

  • Making a significant impact on people from under-represented groups, reducing inequalities & increasing diversity within physical activity.
  • Either a specific dedicated project, or an approach to embedding equality, diversity and inclusion in their wider work, or anything that may fall in between.
  • The way in which they have made a real difference to the group of people they are working with. This could be for positively impacting underrepresented individuals from one or more of the following groups; lower socio-economic, ethnic or culturally diverse, disability, LGBTQIA+ community, women & girls and more.
  • Embedding their commitment to equality, inclusion and diversity across all they do within sport and physical activity.

Your nomination should detail activities, projects, initiatives, or changes that have taken place over the last 12 months. The work may be ongoing.

It’s worth remembering that physical activity doesn’t just include sport. Any activity that encourages people to move more and helps them towards reaching their 150 minutes of movement a week can be considered as physical activity.

If you’re considering a nomination in for this category, you may also be interested in the Outstanding Service To Sport & Physical Activity Award, Positive Experiences for Children & Young People Award and Active Achievement Award.


Entries close midnight 31st July 2024

Nominations can be submitted through the online form above. If you require the questions or nomination form in a different format, please contact us.

Impact on Health Award

Sponsored By:


Awarded to:

  • Anyone involved with sport or physical activity in Lincolnshire including programmes, organisations, clubs, community groups, businesses, individuals etc.


Awarded for:

  • A programme or approach to physical activity that has improved the health and wellbeing of participants.
  • The positive impact that has been made by using sport or physical activity to improve physical and / or mental health and wellbeing of participants.
  • Initiatives which promote an overall healthy lifestyle, or based around supporting and improving specific health outcomes; i.e. dementia, diabetes, cancer, obesity, poor mental health etc. This may include success in bringing together the health sector and the physical activity and sport sector.


Your nomination should detail activities, projects, initiatives, or changes that have taken place over the last 12 months. The work may be ongoing.

It’s worth remembering that physical activity doesn’t just include sport. Any activity that encourages people to move more and helps them towards reaching their 150 minutes of movement a week can be considered as physical activity.

If you’re considering a nomination in for this category, you may also be interested in the Inclusion & Diversity Award and Active Achievement Award.


Entries close midnight 31st July 2024

Nominations can be submitted through the online form above. If you require the questions or nomination form in a different format, please contact us.

Active Workplace Award


Awarded to:

  • Any type of business, charity, organisation etc across all sectors.
  • An employer of any size with any number of employees.


Awarded for:

  • The creation of a work environment encouraging employees to be more active, more often.
  • The way they have given options for staff to be more active at every fitness level.
  • Opportunities created within work hours, and / or outside of work.
  • Examples may include:
    - An active work environment (e.g. walking meetings, movement breaks)
    -
    Facilitating active lifestyle (e.g. active commuting provision)
    -
    Workplace challenges or team activities.


Your nomination should detail activities, projects, initiatives, or changes that have taken place over the last 12 months. The work may be ongoing.

It’s worth remembering that physical activity doesn’t just include sport. Any activity that encourages people to move more and helps them towards reaching their 150 minutes of movement a week can be considered as physical activity.

If you’re considering a nomination in for this category, you may also be interested in the Active Achievement Award and Active Change Award.


Entries close midnight 31st July 2024

Nominations can be submitted through the online form above. If you require the questions or nomination form in a different format, please contact us.

Active Event Award

Sponsored By:

Awarded to:

  • For an event, or series of events, that got people moving in Lincolnshire. This can include competitive and community events of any type.
  • A one off, occasional or regular event of any size.


Awarded for:

  • Events which inspired more people to take part in some form of physical activity, either on the day, or around the event.
  • Meaningful reach and impact in relation to the scale of the event.
  • The promotion of inclusion and diversity.
  • The contribution the event(s) had to changing habits and inspiring people to be active, more often.


Your nomination should detail activities, projects, initiatives, or changes that have taken place over the last 12 months. The work may be ongoing.

It’s worth remembering that physical activity doesn’t just include sport. Any activity that encourages people to move more and helps them towards reaching their 150 minutes of movement a week can be considered as physical activity.

If you’re considering a nomination in for this category, you may also be interested in the Inclusion & Diversity Award and Active Achievement Award.


Entries close midnight 31st July 2024

Nominations can be submitted through the online form above. If you require the questions or nomination form in a different format, please contact us.

Active Change Award

Sponsored By:


Awarded to:

  • An individual living in Lincolnshire.


Awarded for:

  • The way someone has used sport or any form of physical activity to positively transform their life.
  • Significantly improving their physical and / or mental health and wellbeing through physical activity. Could be done on their own, or with others.
  • Showing continued commitment and dedication to personal change and growth.


Your nomination should detail activities, projects, initiatives, or changes that have taken place over the last 12 months. The work may be ongoing.

It’s worth remembering that physical activity doesn’t just include sport. Any activity that encourages people to move more and helps them towards reaching their 150 minutes of movement a week can be considered as physical activity.

If you’re considering a nomination in for this category, you may also be interested in the Active Achievement Award and Active Club Award.


Entries close midnight 31st July 2024

Nominations can be submitted through the online form above. If you require the questions or nomination form in a different format, please contact us.

Active Achievement Award


Awarded to:

  • An individual or small group of people, based in Lincolnshire.


Awarded for:

  • A personal physical or sporting achievement that was a significant accomplishment for them.
  • A wide variety of accomplishments, no matter how big or small, as long as they are personally significant. Examples could include: elite sporting success, completing a personal challenge, reaching a key milestone, getting a hard earnt PB, using sport or physical activity to fundraise for a cause and many others. This achievement may have taken place in Lincolnshire or outside of our county.


Your nomination should detail activities, projects, initiatives, or changes that have taken place over the last 12 months. The work may be ongoing.

It’s worth remembering that physical activity doesn’t just include sport. Any activity that encourages people to move more and helps them towards reaching their 150 minutes of movement a week can be considered as physical activity.

If you’re considering a nomination in for this category, you may also be interested in the Active Change Award and Active Event Award.


Entries close midnight 31st July 2024

Nominations can be submitted through the online form above. If you require the questions or nomination form in a different format, please contact us.

Outstanding Service to Sport & Physical Activity Award

Awarded to:

  • An individual, group or organisation delivering sport or physical activities in Lincolnshire.


Awarded for:

  • Making an outstanding contribution to providing opportunities for people to have a positive experience of physical activity.
  • Going above and beyond to make a difference in the sector. This could be through a specific sport or a range of activities.
  • Impacting a wide range of people to improve their access, involvement and / or enjoyment of sport or other physical activity - especially for those who are currently less active and facing barriers to participation.


Your nomination should detail activities, projects, initiatives, or changes that have taken place over the last 12 months. The work may be ongoing.

It’s worth remembering that physical activity doesn’t just include sport. Any activity that encourages people to move more and helps them towards reaching their 150 minutes of movement a week can be considered as physical activity.

If you’re considering a nomination in for this category, you may also be interested in the Active Club Award and Unsung Hero Award.


Entries close midnight 31st July 2024

Nominations can be submitted through the online form above. If you require the questions or nomination form in a different format, please contact us.

Positive Experiences for Children & Young People Award

Sponsored By:

Lincoln College Logo Thumbnail


Awarded to:

  • A group or organisation delivering sport or physical activities to children or young people in Lincolnshire.


Awarded for:

  • Making an outstanding contribution to providing opportunities for children and young people to have a positive experience of physical activity.
  • The way in which they have made a positive impact on children and young people within the sessions and/or on their wider lives.
  • Opening opportunities up, especially for those who are currently less active and facing barriers to participating in physical activity.


Your nomination should detail activities, projects, initiatives, or changes that have taken place over the last 12 months. The work may be ongoing.

It’s worth remembering that physical activity doesn’t just include sport. Any activity that encourages people to move more and helps them towards reaching their 150 minutes of movement a week can be considered as physical activity.

If you’re considering a nomination in for this category, you may also be interested in the Active Club Award and Active Youth Champion Award.



Entries close midnight 31st July 2024

Nominations can be submitted through the online form above. If you require the questions or nomination form in a different format, please contact us.

Lincoln College Principal and CEO Mark Locking said:

“We are delighted to support this year’s Sport and Physical Activity Awards.

All employers and educators have a duty of care to their people in terms of supporting and promoting physical activity and sport in the workplace.

We are investing in the creation of a culture and environment that nurtures physical and mental health and wellbeing and we’d urge others to do the same.”

Active Youth Champion Award


Awarded to:

  • Someone (an individual) in Lincolnshire who has helped children and young people to be more active.


Awarded for:

  • Making a significant difference supporting children and young people to move more. This could be through delivering activity sessions or supporting them in other ways to encourage, or enable them to be active.
  • The role they play being a champion for getting children and young people moving more and enjoying being active.
  • Opening opportunities up, especially for those who are currently less active and facing barriers to participating in physical activity.


Your nomination should detail activities, projects, initiatives, or changes that have taken place over the last 12 months. The work may be ongoing.

It’s worth remembering that physical activity doesn’t just include sport. Any activity that encourages people to move more and helps them towards reaching their 150 minutes of movement a week can be considered as physical activity.

If you’re considering a nomination in for this category, you may also be interested in the Active Club Award and Unsung Hero Award.


Entries close midnight 31st July 2024

Nominations can be submitted through the online form above. If you require the questions or nomination form in a different format, please contact us.

Unsung Hero Award

Sponsored By:



Awarded to:

  • An individual who volunteers for a Lincolnshire club, group or organisation.


Awarded for:

  • The dedication they show, giving up their own time to a club, association, activity or project etc for the benefit of the participants and/or community.
  • A prolonged, regular commitment or significant commitment to a specific project, programme, club or cause.
  • The way in which this individual has made a significant contribution.
  • Someone who has a significant impact through their volunteering and without whom, opportunities for people to be more active would not be the same.


Your nomination should detail activities, projects, initiatives, or changes that have taken place over the last 12 months. The work may be ongoing.

It’s worth remembering that physical activity doesn’t just include sport. Any activity that encourages people to move more and helps them towards reaching their 150 minutes of movement a week can be considered as physical activity.

If you’re considering a nomination in for this category, you may also be interested in the Active Club Award and Outstanding Service To Sport Award.


Entries close midnight 31st July 2024

Nominations can be submitted through the online form above. If you require the questions or nomination form in a different format, please contact us.

Active Club Award

Awarded to:

  • A club or group who deliver sport or physical activity sessions on a regular basis.


Awarded for:

  • Going above and beyond to create a better environment for existing and new members.
  • Breaking the mould and doing something different; this could be in a different type of session, competitions, communications or social opportunities etc.
  • Increasing accessibility and inclusion to and within the club. This could be through widening existing opportunities or creating new ones to get a more diverse range of local people involved.
  • Supporting members to be more active.


Your nomination should detail activities, projects, initiatives, or changes that have taken place over the last 12 months. The work may be ongoing.

It’s worth remembering that physical activity doesn’t just include sport. Any activity that encourages people to move more and helps them towards reaching their 150 minutes of movement a week can be considered as physical activity.

If you’re considering a nomination in for this category, you may also be interested in the Active Achievement Award, Outstanding Service To Sport & Physical Activity Award & Positive Experiences for Children & Young People Award.



Entries close midnight 31st July 2024

Nominations can be submitted through the online form above. If you require the questions or nomination form in a different format, please contact us.

Would you like to sponsor one of our awards?
We will tailor a package to suit your requirements & can include a variety of benefits.

To find out more, please contact Lindsay.Parker@ActiveLincolnshire.com