Friday, December 10, 2010
"Just wanted to say a huge thank you for your help with our awards this year. They looked so much better than our previous wooden plaques and it’s great that our fundraisers can keep their awards this time rather than handing them back after a year. Thanks so much again for your help and I hope that we can work together again next year!"
The awards were presented to the top fundraisers at an awards dinner, with celebrity presenters including John Michie (Taggart), Michelle Cockayne and Tony Audenshaw from Emmerdale.
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Gaudio Awards: Acrylic Trophies
Monday, December 6, 2010
350 attendees enjoyed the UKA Aviva Athletics Awards, a celebration of athletics in 2010, at the Sir David Wallace Hall, Loughborough University on Saturday 4 December. The awards were designed and manufactured by Gaudio Awards, using mirror polished aluminium and colour printed and engraved glass-effect acrylic.
Award winners were as follows:
- UKA Coach: Mark Kirk
- UKA Club: Holmfirth Harriers AC
- UKA Volunteer: Eiddwen Davies
- UKA Official: Sheila Baille
- UKA Partnership: Derbyshire Athletics Network
- Elite Coach of the Year 2010: Toni Minichiello
- The Best British Paralympic Performance 2010: Hannah Cockcroft
- The Best British Athletic Performance of 2010: Jessica Ennis
- The Best Junior Athlete 2010: Jodie Williams
- The Best Senior Athlete 2010: Mo Farah
- The Best Performance at an Aviva Event 2010: Jenny Meadows
Gaudio Awards: Athletics Trophies
The 4th Technology & Innovation Awards, run by The Engineer, took place on Friday 3rd December at The Royal Society in London. Hosted by Robert Llewellyn (Red Dwarf, Scrapheap Challenge, Carpool), the awards acknowledged engineering excellence in the UK in 2010. The award is manufactured from colour printed glass-effect acrylic with red acrylic detail, which is mounted onto a mirror polished aluminium base.
Read More (including a video of the winning projects): The Engineer
Gaudio: Acrylic Awards
Friday, December 3, 2010
Some of the biggest names in sport, including Neil Lennon, Walter Smith and world champions such as Stephen Hendry, Liz McColgan and Rhona Martin, all braved the icy conditions to attend the event. Other winners on the night included Colin Montgomerie, who lifted the Ryder Cup after masterminding Europe's win over the USA at Celtic Manor. He sent a video acceptance before ex-caddy Craig Connolly picked up the award, saying: "I'm used to carrying his clubs. Now I'm carrying his awards."
The awards, created by Gaudio, are manufactured from mirror polished aluminium and detailed with colour print and engraving.
Read more about the event on the Daily Record website
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