Nominations are now been taken for the 2014 Pride of Sport Awards, which comprises of 11 categories.
The 11 awards are:
Lifetime Achievement Award
Young Sports Person
Sporting Charity Challenge
Disability Sport Award
Community Sports Project
The awards are in partnership with the Daily Mirror and the National Lottery and see coaches and volunteers a like recognised for their work and is a celebration of the work done in the local communities at the grass roots level of sport. If you have any heart warming stories of people in your local community you can vote here
The Mirror and Sport England Pride of Sport Awards celebrate and recognise the unsung heroes of sport.
As well as raising awareness about sport and encouraging people to be more active on a regular basis, the event will highlight people who have contributed to sport at a local or national level, across all walks of life.
Do you know someone that has gone the extra mile to help others, young or old, achieve their personal best and reach their goals?
It could be a selfless volunteer who has given up their time to coach youngsters for years, or someone who washes kits to make sure players look their best week in week out.
We want to hear your heart-warming and inspiring stories, so if you know someone that deserves to be recognised then nominate them for a Pride of Sport Award!
All nominations need to be made no later than Friday 24th October to be considered for the 2014 awards, so don’t delay and make your nomination today.
All winners will be announced at a prestigious awards ceremony, hosted by a famous sports personality, at the Grosvenor House Hotel, on Wednesday 3rd December 2014.
In the academic year 2021-2022 the Greater Manchester School Games will work differently to how it has over the last 10 years.
A new campaign is launching across Greater Manchester to help people think differently about being active, and help to demonstrate the little ways that we can all find opportunities to build movement into our everyday routines.
Across Greater Manchester, partners are working together to develop an inclusive, whole system approach to enable active lives for all, as set out in the new GM Moving in Action strategy.