SPORTA will be holding its AGM in Bournemouth next month and for the first time will formally recognise the achievements of members throughout the UK with an awards ceremony.
Taking place at Bournemouth Pavilion on May 11 and hosted by BBC sports presenter Garry Richardson, the awards applaud what members have achieved during the year, and highlight the difference leisure and cultural trusts and staff are making in their local communities.
Sports chief executive Brian Leonard said: “We’ve received over 100 inspiring entries for the awards, showing the diversity, innovation and impact of Sporta members working to promote, develop and support leisure and culture throughout the UK.
“All entries will be celebrated as part of a wider campaign to demonstrate the distinctive capabilities of the trust model and the impact this has on local communities.
“We’re looking forward to holding our event in Bournemouth Pavilion, which is an excellent example of a thriving cultural community hub operated by social enterprise BH Live in partnership with Bournemouth Borough Council. It’s a splendid platform for our inaugural awards.”
Go backPosted on 25th April 2016