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Sponsors revealed for West Suffolk Sports Awards

PUBLISHED: 09:38 25 September 2018

Pictured at Tattersalls in Newmarket are the sponsors and supporters of the 2018 West Suffolk Sports Awards: Paul Howe, Newprint; Keith Williams, KiiWii Clothing and Promotions; Laura Wing, Anglian Water; Beth Harrison, Alllied Health Professionals Suffolk; Andy Drummond; Warren Smyth, Abbeycroft Leisure; Liam Apicella, Iliffee Media; Mark Johnson, Unison and Kate Rayson, Greene King. Picture: NICKI MAYHEW

Pictured at Tattersalls in Newmarket are the sponsors and supporters of the 2018 West Suffolk Sports Awards: Paul Howe, Newprint; Keith Williams, KiiWii Clothing and Promotions; Laura Wing, Anglian Water; Beth Harrison, Alllied Health Professionals Suffolk; Andy Drummond; Warren Smyth, Abbeycroft Leisure; Liam Apicella, Iliffee Media; Mark Johnson, Unison and Kate Rayson, Greene King. Picture: NICKI MAYHEW

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With the hours counting down to the 2018 West Suffolk Sports Awards the sponsors for the individual categories have been announced.

Joining headline sponsor Greene King are Anglian Water, Allied Health Professionals Suffolk; Iliffe Media, KiiWii Clothing and Promotions, Music Sales Ltd, Newmarket Racecourses, New Print, Paddy and Scotts, Suffolk Sport, Unison and West Suffolk College.

This is the second joint sports awards for West Suffolk delivered by Abbeycroft Leisure on behalf of St Edmundsbury and Forest Heath councils and this year it will be set against the stunning backdrop of Tattersalls, in Newmarket, and is being staged on Thursday.

Andy Drummond and Joanna Rayner, Cabinet members respectively for Forest Heath District Council and St Edmundsbury Borough Council said: “We are delighted to be working with forward looking local businesses whose sponsorship helps local people realise all kinds of sporting potential. Our councils have made healthy, strong families and communities a priority and through their contribution these businesses are helping raise awareness of the social and mental wellbeing that comes with physical activity.”

Warren Smyth, Abbeycroft Leisure’s CEO, added: “We have been overwhelmed again this year with the response from the local business community in supporting us to make the sports awards evening a success.

“The event has a slightly different format this year because of the unique setting that we’ll be in at the world famous Tattersalls, but we’re confident it will give our local sporting talent the platform it deserves.”

Find out more about the awards http://acleisure.com/events/sports-awards

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