Nominations Open for Conwy Sports Awards 2018

2018 Conwy Sports Awards

Nominations now open for the 2018 Conwy Sports Awards

The annual Conwy Sports Awards return on Friday 23rd November at Venue Cymru, Llandudno.
Designed to recognise and honour the talented sports people, clubs, coaches and volunteers from the county of Conwy. Those who show dedication to perform at the highest level or those who work tirelessly to support the individuals and clubs in their chosen sport
Categories open for voting are.
The Awards event was established in 1990 and has steadily grown over the years, out growing its original venue and moving to the North Wales Conference Centre in 1998 and then on to the main Venue Cymru arena in 2006.
Sporting starts who have attended the event over the years include Mark Hughes, Rupert Moon, Derek Redmond, Nicole Cook, Non Stanford and Steve Parry.
Who will you nominate?

Sports Awards 2018 – Sponsors

Sport Conwy is the voluntary forum for sports organisations in Conwy. The organisation is the only remaining local voluntary sports council in Wales.  The Executive Committee work to promote sport, support talented athletes and ensure that clubs are fit for purpose.  Members benefit from a number of services through their annual affiliation (£20). The talented athlete programme consists of the North Wales Gold Card offering free access to training facilities for those performing at a National level, whilst those at a Regional level can benefit from the Personal Development Grant – £250 and the Sports Injury Grant – £100. Sport Conwy also offers discounted coach education courses, in Safeguarding and Emergency First Aid.  All affiliated clubs receive two tickets to the prestigious annual sports awards ceremony at Venue Cymru.  For more information on Sport Conwy or to affiliate go to


Sional Promotional Merchandise – Junior Sports Woman

Design2Print – Senior Sports Team 

SP Energy Networks – Coach of the Year

Gorsehill Caravan Park – Services to Sport

Sport Wales Community Chest – Event of the Year

Conwy Community Chest supports good projects which create or improve sporting and physical activity opportunities. These activities must be additional to what is already in place and be a activities which are only feasible with the help of a grant.  community chest is a Sport Wales initiative for community sport and physical activity. community chest supports any new projects that:

·         Encourages more people to be active, more often

·         Raises the standard of existing activities

·         Encourages participation in sport and physical activity

·         Encourages lifelong participation in sustainable activities

·         Encourages partnerships with other agencies–support/our-grants/community-chest.aspx


Always Aim High Events – Young Volunteer

Conwy County Borough Council Education – School of the Year

Conwy Education Services aim to develop high quality, meaningful health and wellbeing learning experiences for all children and young people in Conwy. These initiatives are well established and support the Local Authority in addressing one of its key priorities of encouraging everyone to be active and lead a healthy lifestyle. Conwy Education Services fully supports the physical literacy agenda, whereby Conwy’s schools are leading the way nationally in terms of children and young people’s physical activity participation rates.


Jones Bros – Junior Sports Team

S2 Recruitment – Senior Sportswoman

Based locally in Conwy S2 Recruitment fills IT, Technical, Executive, Senior Management, and Board level vacancies in North Wales and UK wide.  Typical vacancies include: IT professionals, Interim appointments for finance, projects or operations management, senior management, engineering and technical, executive and board, salaries £30,000 and above.  Along with its parent company, Supertemps Ltd, the company can offer the full one-stop shop solution to your recruitment needs.  Find out more at  S2 Recruitment is proud to be supporting Conwy Sports Awards.


Evolution Bikes – Senior Sportsman

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