ActiveWestminster Awards

All female choir, dressed in black singing on stage

The ActiveWestminster awards is an annual event recognising the communities and individuals who make the City of Westminster a great place to get and stay active.

Now in its 12th year the Awards are a mainstay of the ActiveWestminster calendar, bringing our community together to recognise and celebrate the people and organisations who help us create an active city for all. 


This year, we’re delighted to be able to celebrate the achievements of the shortlisted nominees and winners across the 10 categories, in person, at Porchester Hall. This comes after over a year of uncertainty faced by the physical activity, leisure and sport community due to the pandemic.


  • Inclusive Award
  • Change4life Westminster Award
  • One You Westminster Award
  • Rewarding and Celebrating Diversity Award
  • Active Place or Space Award
  • Active Digital Award
  • PE and School Sport Award
  • Young Sports Personality of The Year Award
  • Sports Personality of The Year Award
  • The Lord Mayor of Westminster – Unsung Hero Award (In Memory of Mariam Sabir)

Watch Last Year’s Awards Ceremony

Last year, the ActiveWestminster Awards was held virtual and hosted by Sky Sports News presenter – David Garrido, one of the most highly respected sports broadcasters with over 20 years of experience. 

You can watch the full ceremony, which was live streamed via our YouTube channel, right here.

2020 Award Winners

Inclusive award

Rashmi Becker and StepChange

Change4life Westminster award

Renegades Netball Club

One You Westminster award

Open Age

Active Place and Active Space awards

Queen Mother Leisure Centre (Active Place)

St Augustine’s Sensory Garden (Active Space)

Active digital award

LEGS (Local Exercise Groups for Stroke and other Neurological Conditions)

PE and school sport award

Queen’s College prep school 

Young sports personality of the year award

Teagan Khazal

Sports personality of the year award

Antonio Infantino

The Lord Mayor of Westminster – unsung hero award (in memory of Mariam Sabir)

Chrissie Mullings-Lewis

The lifetime achievement award

Steve Alexander