“The team at ALEA are once again delighted to be supporting the Nottingham Posts Sports Awards, in particular, this year’s Service to Sport Award. We are proud to be a part of such a prestigious event that recognises and appreciates the sporting talent and dedication within the community.
ALEA are looking forward to supporting this year’s awards and celebrating inspiring community personalities on our doorstep. We wish everyone involved all the best and look forward to meeting some inspirational sportsmen and women on the night!”
- Steve Glynn, Venue Director
“Cartwright King is honoured to sponsor the Nottinghamshire County Cricket Player of the Year 2017. As sport contributes significantly towards cohesive communities that value diversity, we understand how essential it is to recognise the achievements and talents of true sporting excellence, both amateur and professional, across Nottingham.
As a national law firm, employing over 280 staff across the country, we understand the importance of working synergies, supporting each other to bring success and recognising the achievements of our teams and individuals within the organisation. We are delighted to be a part of such a prestigious and highly respected event.”
- Rupert Hawke, CEO
“This award’s important, as we’ve seen first-hand how inspiring and motivating local sporting heroes are for our community. Our aim is to promote health and well-being across Nottingham with the Ikano Bank Robin Hood Marathon and through our partnership with Paralympian Richard Whitehead OBE we’ve seen the impact such athletes can have on inspiring people to get involved. We look forward to seeing who is nominated for the Sportsman of the Year 2017 and wish all those put forward the best of luck.”
- Craig Fiddes, Head of Brand and Marketing
“The growing Mazars Nottingham team are proud to be continuing the sponsorship of the Brian Clough OBE Manager/Coach of the Year category for the 2016 awards. As an international organisation with a longstanding Nottinghamshire base and City Centre location we are proud to be part of a business and sporting community which has over the years consistently delivered success stories across the city and county. This continued success and achievement would not be possible without the strong coaching and mentoring ethic guiding every team. We see many parallels between sport and business in this regard, which is why this award fits so perfectly with our own ethos and the underlying guiding principles we apply in our own business.”
- Alistair Wesson, East Midlands Managing Partner
“On 8 June 2017 Central College Nottingham and New College (ncn) merged to form Nottingham College which aims to be the leading provider of sport and fitness education in Nottingham. Sport is one of the College's most popular subject areas with courses ranging from level 1 BTEC Sport through to a Foundation Degree in Sports Coaching. As well as our academic courses, we also run Sport Academies for aspiring athletes/sports performers and an extensive Sports Volunteering and employability programme to develop leadership and coaching skills. There are many former students who are now professional athletes including GB hockey player Helen Richardson, Premier League winning Leicester City captain Wes Morgan, Bournemouth AFC defender Simon Francis, Harlequins rugby union hooker Joe Gray and England international cricketer Jenny Gunn. The College has developed a successful partnership with Basford United FC over the last three years which sees students study a sport course at the Football Club as well as provide a pathway for elite young players to train and play for the first team.
Nottingham College is proud to support the Nottingham Sport Awards and in particular, the Young Sportsperson of the Year category. We wish all nominees the very best of luck.”
- Adam Beazeley, Head of Sport
“Sport Nottinghamshire is delighted to be working in partnership with the Nottingham Post Sports Awards to help recognise the fantastic achievements of so many people across the city and the county. Sport is a vital part of Nottinghamshire’s identity and we are really looking forward to seeing so many fantastic nominations from those that both participate and volunteer in sport and physical activity. Please help us by ensuring you nominate your friends, family and other colleagues who have either achieved something exceptional themselves, or just as importantly, helped others to a sporting success or personal achievement.
We are delighted to be presenting the Disabled Sportsperson of the Year award and wish all nominees the best of luck.”
- Ilana Freestone, Director