Please provide us with some details of the person, group or project you are nominating for an award.
This Inclusive award recognises individuals, clubs or facilities that create and deliver inclusive activities for deaf and disabled people and people with a learning disability.
The Change4Life Westminster award recognises projects which have made a difference to children, young people (under 18) or families health and wellbeing through physical activity.
The OneYou Westminster award recognises projects which have made a difference to adults (18+) health and wellbeing through physical activity.
The Active Place award recognises a formalised place indoors/outdoors that offers or enables physical activity, sports and leisure opportunities.
The Active Space award recognises an informal space indoors/outdoors that offers or enables physical activity, sports and leisure opportunities.
The Active Digital award recognises the creation and/or use of technology such as OpenActive which supports our sector to use open data to help more people get and stay active.
The PE and School Sport (PESS) award recognises the commitment by primary, secondary and/or special schools to PESS.
The Young Sports Personality award of the Year recognises outstanding achievement(s) in their chosen sport or activity by a young person under the age of 19.
The Sports Personality of the Year award recognises outstanding achievement(s) in their chosen sport or activity by a person under the aged 19 or over, who have excelled in their chosen sport or activity either as a participant, coach or instructor.
The Lord Mayor of Westminster’s - Unsung Hero Award in memory of Mariam Sabir recognises the contribution that a volunteer has made to physical activity, leisure and/or sport within their community and/or club/organisation.
We are looking at the achievements obtained over the last 12 months. Don't worry if there are any details you're not sure of.
*Active Place = a place that is for formalised sport/activity i.e sportshall, football pitch etc.
*Active Space = a space that is generally ‘free-to-use’ (streets, MUGA's etc) which is used for play, informal activities, communal recreation and/or social interaction.
For example - by curriculum design and planning, breakfast or after school clubs or signing up for the Daily Mile and promoting the Westminster Mile to students, etc.