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Black Country Sport and Physical Activity Awards

There are thousands of people across the Black Country doing fantastic things to inspire people to lead healthier, fun and active lives, from netball to boccia, football to Zumba.

Active Black Country want to recognise those individuals and organisations, whether they are coaching future talent, reaching out to less advantaged people, or achieving sporting success of their own.

This year’s categories are:

  • Community Coach
  • Community Club
  • Community Project
  • Power of Sport
  • Aspiring Talent
  • Unsung Hero

All completed nomination forms can be sent to by the closing date of 5pm on Friday 31st August.

The winners will be recognised at an awards ceremony on Thursday 4th October at Himley Hall, Dudley.

The criteria and nomination form can be downloaded from:

The hashtag we are using on social media is #bcsportsawards

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