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Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Sports Awards

The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

On Friday 27th September at Kensington Town Hall, the borough will be hosting the RBKC Sports Awards. At the moment they are inviting people to nominate for the below awards. Invites to the event will follow.


If you know an organisation, sports team, community project or an individual who is deserving of any of the awards, please fill out the nomination form (word version) and either email back to Dan Hayden at Daniel.Hayden@rbkc.gov.uk or mail to: Leisure Services, The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Pembroke Road Annexe, 37 Pembroke Road, W8 6PW.


You can nominate the same organisation or individual for as many awards that are relevant. The deadline for the awards is 5pm on Thursday 1st August.

Please see the categories below:


The categories for the RBKC sports awards are:


  • Young person’s award
    To recognise an outstanding individual who has performed beyond their years or proved their potential to become an inspiration to others, who shows exceptional dedication to their sport and is someone who others can aspire to.
  • Disability Sports Person
    This award goes to the person who despite their difficulties, attends all the sport sessions that they can. Who have made a massive impact in their individual sports.
  • Community Partner  
    Individual or group who have worked in partnership together as a force for good in their local community, improving lives of people around them through sport/physical activity. Supporting young people – bringing communities together to make a difference.
  • Volunteer of the year
    This award is for the person who does their work and does not get the recognition they deserve. They have quietly gone about the business putting other people’s needs before their selves.
  • Community engagement award
    This award goes to someone who has been engaging with their local community to have a positive impact.
  • Sports Organisation of the Year
    This award recognises the sports organisation or team that have inspired more participation in sport. They have carried out great work in running development programmes which attract and retain participants, and which help their members to develop their sports potential and promote active lifestyles.
  • Sports personality award
    This award is for the person has achieved the most in a sporting capacity.
  • Power of sport award
    This award is for someone who has used the power of sport and physical activity to improve the health, wellbeing and lives of those in their local community.
  • Outstanding contribution
    This award recognises an individual/organisation who has been influential and has significantly contributed to making a visible difference within the RBKC borough.
Dan Hayden
020 7938 8181