Active winner

The winners of Telford’s Active Lifestyle Awards for 2017 were announced at a special ceremony at Oakengates Theatre @ The Place last month. The awards, which have been running since 2009, celebrate individuals, groups and projects that have helped and encouraged others to lead a healthier lifestyle. BBC Radio Shropshire presenter Vicki Archer hosted the awards ceremony, which was once again sponsored by RICOH UK Products Ltd.

“We all know it’s important for us to lead active and healthy lifestyles and the impact this can have on our physical health and mental wellbeing. For many of us this is easier said than done, so a little support and encouragement which these awards provide can make a big difference,” said cllr Arnold England, who is pictured here with Mayor Stephen Reynolds presenting the Active Lifestyle Award to Andrew Crozier.

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