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PAHA Awards 2012

PAHA are excited to announce that the nomination process for the 2012 Awards Programme is now open!


We will accept nominations until 13 June 2012 (5pm)


NHS Health Scotland is committed to sharing practice that improves health and reduces health inequalities across Scotland. More specifically, the Physical Activity and Health Alliance (PAHA) is focused on supporting the ongoing implementation of the National Physical Activity strategy ‘Let’s Make Scotland More Active’ (2003).


PAHA are seeking nominations of physical activity programmes from a range of settings, sectors and professions in Scotland.  This is the opportunity to raise the profile of local work, as well as help build capacity by sharing inspirational practice and experiences with others.

The awards will be celebrated at the Annual National PAHA Conference on 12th September 2012.  Award winners will be given the opportunity to hold a stall at the marketplace of the Annual National Conference and will also feature as case studies on the newly developed case study section of the PAHA website.

Award Categories

The Physical Activity & Health Alliance Awards are being offered by PAHA for the third consecutive year and for 2012, there are 7 categories covering the broad range of people, activities and environments pertinent to physical activity in Scotland. These are:

  • Sport and Recreation
  • Community Wide Programmes
  • NHS Scotland
  • Education
  • Active Travel & Planning
  • Active Early Years
  • Active Ageing

Nomination process

Anyone can nominate a person, programme or organisation for a PAHA Award.  The nomination form and supporting guidance note can be found below. 

If you have any questions, send us email at or call us on: 0131 313 7506.

All nominations must be received by noon 8 June 2012 (noon). 

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