Volunteers are the lifeblood of sport and provide the foundations of our sporting nation. The work of all of our volunteers is greatly appreciated by the Region and England Netball. Throughout the East Region there are a great number of volunteers that help from grassroots to the elite, sharing expertise to help develop Netball within the Region and dedicating hours of time and energy.
This years National Goalden Globe Awards evening will take place on Saturday 17th September. Volunteers from across the country will all come together under one roof for an evening of glitz and glamour to recognise the outstanding contributions that volunteers make to our sport.
Goalden Globes 2016
On Saturday 11th June 2016, Netball East will host it's annual celebration, the Goalden Globe Awards, where volunteers from across the region will all come together under one roof to recognise the outstanding contributions that volunteers make to our sport.
The Goalden Globe Awards is a collective celebration, beginning at a regional level and culminating in a glittering national awards evening. There are 11 categories to nominate volunteers for; you will need to decide which category your volunteer is deserving of.
Nominations for Regional Goalden Globe Awards
Each Region will choose a regional winner for 8 of the competitive categories. The winners will be announced at the Regions Goalden Globe Awards 2016 at Cambridge Regional College on Saturday 11th June 2016.
The deadline for this year’s nominations is 1st May 2016. Specific nomination forms should be completed for the 8 categories below and e-mailed through Florrie, East Regional Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org or post to Netball East, 1-12 Old Park Road, Hitchin, Hertfordshire, SG5 2JR
The categories are.....
- Coach Award – Grassroots
- Officials Award – Grassroots
- Muriel McNally Grassroots Award
- Mary Bulloch Administrator Award
- Teacher Award
- Young Volunteer Award
- Outstanding Netball Club Award
- Unsung Hero Award
Before nominating please refer to the Information Pack for 2016 Award Nominations, this pack explains the nomination process, deadlines, and key points for consideration when writing a nomination form. DOWNLOAD THE GGA NOMINATION INFORMATION BOOKLET. Regional winners will then be put forward for the National Award, which will be announced at the National Goalden Globe Awards being held on 17 September 2016.
Nominations are also sought for the following 3 awards which will be awarded only nationally in September at the Goalden Globe Awards:
The Inclusive Award, Rose Award and National Long Service Award are presented at the discretion of the National Panel and as such are not guaranteed to be presented annually. The Inclusive Award, Rose Award and National Long Service Award are not presented at a Regional level; all nominations should be made using the specific nomination forms below for each award and returned directly to Kat Valk, Volunteer Development Manager, at England Netball.
For National Awards email Kat Valk on Kat.email@example.com or post to Kat Valk, Volunteer Development Manager, England Netball, Netball House, 1-12 Old Park Road, Hitchin, Hertfordshire, SG5 2JR.
Individuals may self-nominate for the England Netball Long Service Award. These nominations will be conferred by the national panel.
Don't delay, nominate today! If you have any questions regarding the Goalden Globe Awards, please contact Sarah Beattie, East Regional Manager on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07818 036799.