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Lloyd Group sponsors 2016 Cumbria Sports Awards

Date posted: 1 December 2016

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Cumbria Sports Awards 2016 | Lloyd Motor Group

The talent and dedication of athletes, sports teams, coaches and sport volunteers in Cumbria were recently celebrated at the annual Cumbria Sports Awards. 260 guests including guest speaker Lutalo Muhammad, a Team GB and British Taekwondo athlete and the most successful male in British Taekwondo history, congratulated winners at the event held at the Low Wood Bay Resort Hotel in Windermere.
 
Organised by Active Cumbria, the awards recognise the outstanding talents, commitment and successes of teams and individuals throughout Cumbria who are involved in sport. Awards were made across 14 categories, with the winners decided by a panel of expert judges following nominations from the Cumbrian public. The event, in its 32nd year, was hosted by Mike Zeller, presenter of BBC Radio Cumbria’s Breakfast Show. The event also announced the launch of the GLL Sport Foundation in Cumbria.
 
This year, Lloyd Motor Group was proud to sponsor the Community Club of the Year award. The winners of this category were Kendal Cycle Club. The club has grown from nothing to over 300 members in 12 months. They have a well-organised and committed group of volunteers ensuring the club is established on a firm footing, and can already boast a highly interactive website, Facebook page, and large Twitter following.
 
Richard Johnston, Chair of the Cumbria Sports Awards Organising Committee said “The Awards were a superb event and an excellent opportunity to celebrate the enormous effort and talents of the sporting stars of Cumbria. We had some excellent nominations for the awards this year, and I know that our judging panel had a real task to choose all of the deserving winners. It just goes to show what great talent and dedication to sport that we have in the county. The support of the media, and our awards sponsors continue to make these awards a massive success, acknowledging the quality of our major sports performers and our emerging talent, as well as recognising the very important role played by the army of volunteers and coaches in Cumbria”.Lloyd Group sponsors 2016 Cumbria Sports Awards
 
The talent and dedication of athletes, sports teams, coaches and sport volunteers in Cumbria were recently celebrated at the annual Cumbria Sports Awards. 260 guests including guest speaker Lutalo Muhammad, a Team GB and British Taekwondo athlete and the most successful male in British Taekwondo history, congratulated winners at the event held at the Low Wood Bay Resort Hotel in Windermere.
 
Organised by Active Cumbria, the awards recognise the outstanding talents, commitment and successes of teams and individuals throughout Cumbria who are involved in sport. Awards were made across 14 categories, with the winners decided by a panel of expert judges following nominations from the Cumbrian public. The event, in its 32nd year, was hosted by Mike Zeller, presenter of BBC Radio Cumbria’s Breakfast Show. The event also announced the launch of the GLL Sport Foundation in Cumbria.
 
This year, Lloyd Motor Group was proud to sponsor the Community Club of the Year award. The winners of this category were Kendal Cycle Club. The club has grown from nothing to over 300 members in 12 months. They have a well-organised and committed group of volunteers ensuring the club is established on a firm footing, and can already boast a highly interactive website, Facebook page, and large Twitter following.
 
Richard Johnston, Chair of the Cumbria Sports Awards Organising Committee said “The Awards were a superb event and an excellent opportunity to celebrate the enormous effort and talents of the sporting stars of Cumbria. We had some excellent nominations for the awards this year, and I know that our judging panel had a real task to choose all of the deserving winners. It just goes to show what great talent and dedication to sport that we have in the county. The support of the media, and our awards sponsors continue to make these awards a massive success, acknowledging the quality of our major sports performers and our emerging talent, as well as recognising the very important role played by the army of volunteers and coaches in Cumbria”.
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