Awards for sports stars and volunteers
THE county sport Oscars celebrate a variety of achievements each year.
The ninth annual Bucks and Milton Keynes Sports Awards will be a glittering event at Aylesbury Waterside Theatre tomorrow (November 28).
Shona Alfert, judo young leader at Dr Challoner’s High School, in Little Chalfont, has been nominated for the Young Leader of The Year award and Buckinghamshire County Council and Chiltern District Council have been nominated for the Active Workplace of The Year Award.
Roger Fennemore, chairman of Leap, the county sport and activity partnership which has co-ordinated the awards, said: “The message of this event is that we recognise the people behind the people in sport – all the volunteers who make sport happen.”
The awards night will be compered by Paralympic gold medal rower Naomi Riches MBE, from Marlow, and former England hockey player Roger Dakin.
CO-HOST: Paralympic gold medal rower Naomi Riches MBE