Smooth Radio ready to add sparkles to Nottingham Post Sports Awards 2017


The Nottingham Post Sports Awards 2017 is taking place on Thursday night – and preparations are in full swing for the big celebration of sporting talent.

Playing a relaxing music mix across the East Midlands and all around the country, Smooth Radio is one of the UK’s favourite radio stations.

Playing the biggest songs from the past 40 years, thousands of people across Nottinghamshire regularly tune in.

Smooth Radio are the champagne sponsors of this year’s awards, and are thrilled to support the awards.

“Smooth Radio are delighted to support this year’s Nottingham Sports Awards,” said Alison Forshaw, Regional Managing Director for Smooth Radio East Midlands.

“When the opportunity arose to become a sponsor of such an important event in the East Midlands, we were very keen to get involved.

“Smooth have strong commitments to supporting the local area which we broadcast in, and we are very much looking forward to celebrating Nottinghamshire’s biggest sporting stars.

Alison Forshaw, Regional Managing Director for Smooth Radio East Midlands

“The great thing about these awards is that they recognise the wide array of local sports people – from international icons to aspiring young stars, top professionals to dedicated volunteers.

“We are looking forward to welcoming everyone to this year’s Nottingham Post Sports Awards.”

In any fantastic sporting city, you need to have top-quality facilities, and Nottingham is lucky to have some of the UK’s best teams and venues.

“With stadiums like Trent Bridge, the City Ground, Meadow Lane, the National Ice Centre and National Water Sports Centre, Nottingham has a fantastically varied sporting scene, and thousands of people visit these venues every week which is extremely important to the local economy,” added Forshaw.

“At the other end of the spectrum, Nottingham has excellent facilities for people who like to play sports on a more casual basis, or for young people aspiring to become the stars of tomorrow. The fact that Nottingham was named the first City of Football reflects the city’s commitment to grassroots sport.

“Sport has many positive impacts on the local community – it unites people and provides excitement for fans across the county.

“Thousands of jobs rely on sports – not only people directly involved but local businesses like pubs, hotels and restaurants are boosted when people are drawn to Nottingham by big sporting events.

“The Sports Awards is the perfect place to celebrate the people who make our sporting scene as fantastic as it is.”



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