The Leap Awards recognises the people and organisations who improve lives through movement, physical activity and sport across Bucks and Milton Keynes.
The Pandemic has presented more challenges than ever to moving, but up and down the county, passionate people and organisations have been going the extra mile to improve the lives of local residents by helping them move.
After careful consideration the independent panel for the Leap Awards have shortlisted the following nominees, congratulations to you all!
Group of the year shortlisted nominees
All People Active, enabling movement in Milton Keynes
Safari Health Hub, using the power of Martial Arts in Milton Keynes
Talkback, developing disability sport across Amersham, High Wycombe and Aylesbury
Innovation of the year shortlisted nominees
MK United Womens over 30s Football Programme
Outdoor Wellbeing Project
WWSET Girls Summer Sports Camp
School of the year shortlisted nominees
Broughton Community School
Cuddington & Dinton C of E School
Iver Village Junior School
Inspirational Young Person of the year shortlisted nominees
Abi Brown, supporting swimming in Bletchley
Eve Savage, inspiring through Football in Aylesbury
Katie Crowhurst, making a difference to Swimming in Wycombe
Community Coach of the year shortlisted nominees
Nathan Graham, Head Coach De Lick Boxing Academy
Patrick Ahern, Head of Disability Swimming (Wycombe District Swimming Club WDSC)
Portia Simond, All People Active Community Manager / Fitness Coach
Volunteer of the year shortlisted nominees
Margaret Plummer, Tennis volunteer at Horizon Disability Sport
The Milton Keynes Health Walks, group of walk leader volunteers
The Terry Cook Unsung Hero of the year shortlisted nominees
Nina Sweetland, for work in sport and movement in MK
Paul Wooster, Bradenham Cricket Club
We’re looking forward to welcoming all of our shortlisted nominees to a special night of celebration at Aylesbury Waterside Theatre in June this year. Check back to hear who won.