BASH award 2017

BASH awards, be active,be safe, be healthy It’s free to attend!

The Bash awards are open to people with disabilities, their carers, family and friends, so please come along and celebrate their successes. There is a free buffet, but please remember to bring money for drinks at the bar.

Contact-map For the first time in Devon, we are pleased to bring you the new BASH awards, which will take place on 4th March 2017 at the Park Suite, Exeter City Football Club, EX4 6PX. The BASH awards (be Active, be Safe, be Healthy) have been developed specifically for people with disabilities.

The award categories include seven areas based on being active, keeping safe and staying healthy. They will recognise the winning individual(or group) and a runner up. Winners will each receive a certificate and a medal and runners up will receive a personalised certificate.

To Nominate someone

If you would like to nominate someone for the BASH awards, please complete the form.

Applications can be completed by the person themselves, or by someone who knows the nominee, such as a carer, friend, teacher or family member.

Deadline for nominations has been extended

until 6 February 2017

Devon CommanderThe awards start at 6:30pm and will finish by 9:30pm. The event will include a light buffet, a fun quiz and award presentations which will be presented by Devon’s Police commander Chief Superintendent Jim Colwell.

The BASH awards aim to recognise the positive achievements that people with disabilities have made in their efforts to be more active, keep safe and take up a healthy lifestyle. They have been developed by the Blue Light Day planning group.

Please reserve your place

Places must be booked. You can reserve your place(s) now by:

How to reserve a place
Completing the form
Email the names of those who will be attending to:
Telephone Sally Kingdon on 07738 736890 or Kate Marks on 07971 626289

You must book your free place by 20th February 2017

Positive partnership working

The BASH awards have been developed in partnership by the following organisations:

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