Aspire Sports and Cultural Trust are thrilled to have been awarded with the Disability Award, with the Oxstalls Sports Park Grade 6 Minis competition being awarded the Competition of the Year Award.
A member of staff also scooped a big award, with Ethan Cowley winning the Volunteer of the Year Award. Helen Stevens, who also undertakes tennis adjudication duties for Aspire Sports and Cultural Trust, also won the Official of the Year category.
The success at the awards ceremony recognises Aspire Sports and Cultural Trust’s ongoing commitment to making sports and physical activity more accessible, more visible and more exciting across the entire Gloucestershire area. In fact, the charity’s core aim is to promote health, fitness and wellbeing to the local community.
To top off the fantastic evening, the charity’s Ladies C Team collected their trophy for their Division 4A Summer League win, and the Junior Players collected their trophies from the County Championships.
Steve Wigg, Tennis Development Manager at Aspire Sports and Cultural Trust, said: “It was a pleasure to once again be involved in the Gloucestershire Tennis Awards, a well-run event that celebrates the successes of all things tennis in our county. A huge well done to all the clubs and individuals that were nominated. We were thrilled to win 4 awards and all credit goes to the coaches, players, and staff who work at our Oxstalls Sports Park centre for their continued hard work and support. Lastly, thank you to all the volunteers from Gloucestershire Tennis whose tireless dedication makes events like this a huge success.”