Fylde Active Community Awards

Sporting heroes across the Fylde are set to get their chance to shine in the Fylde Active Community Awards 2022.

The exciting awards – previously known as the Fylde Sports Awards – are back after a two year break and recognise people, clubs and organisations that go above and beyond in sport and activity in the community.

Hosted by Fylde Council’s Sports Development Team, the shortlist of the nominees for 2022 can be seen below!

A glittering awards ceremony will take place at Ribby Hall Village on Saturday October 1st 2022 with BBC Radio Lancashire’s John Gilmore as compere.

Coach of the YearSteve Robinson – St Annes FC
Ana Blackburn – Fylde Coast Rhythmic Gymnastics
Anna Cross – Across the Boards Theatre School
Club of the YearLytham St Annes Road Runners
Freckleton & Warton Running Club
Lytham Taekwondo Club
Contribution to Active Communities – IndividualSuzy Clayton-Jones – Zumba Suzy
Rebecca Liddell – Rarity School of Dance
Amanda Jurin – Health Walks, Behaviour CHANGE Programme
Contribution to Active Communities - GroupJolly Joggers
Fylde Rugby Foundation
AFC Fylde Community Foundation
Primary School of the YearClifton Primary School
Heyhouses Primary School
Secondary School of the YearLytham St Annes High
Carr Hill High
Young AchieverAmelia Doran – Kaidokan Judo Club
Lola Connor-Emmott – Across the Boards Theatre School
Jayden Richardson – Running
Volunteer of the YearSue Sinclair – Crown Green Bowling
Neil Tate – Park Run
Clare Harrison – Softball
Samantha Coxon – Streetwise
Active Workplace of the Year One Stop Shop – St Albans Road, St Annes
Euphoria Dance and Therapy Ltd – Poulton Street, Kirkham
HM Land Registry Fylde
Health and Well Being AwardAndrew Noble – Health Walks
Fairhaven Bowling Academy
Together We Can Do (TWCD) – Supporting disabled adults