Awards

Click a title to read a little more about each of the awards that we have been lucky enough to win.

The BBC Sports Personality of the Year Helen Rollason Award 2016

The 401 Challenge was so honoured to be awarded The BBC Sports Personality of the Year Helen Rollason Award 2016. An award given annually as part of the BBC Sports Personality of the Year ceremony each December. The award is given "for outstanding achievement in the face of adversity", and the winner is selected by BBC Sport.

The Daily Mirror’s Pride of Britain National and Regional Fundraiser of the Year Award 2016

The 401 Challenge was honoured to be awarded The Daily Mirror's Pride of Britain National Fundraiser of the Year 2016. Awards in partnership with TSB, celebrate the achievements of truly remarkable people who make our world a better place. Screened on ITV in October 2016, it's the biggest awards show of its kind on British TV. The 401 Challenge was picked out of several regional winners.

The Prime Minister’s Points of Light Award

The Primie Minister's Points of Light award recognises outstanding individual volunteers, people who are making a change in their community. The 401 Challenge was proud and honoured to receive this award in 2016 for its work in raising awareness of bullying nationally.

The National Running Awards 2017 Best Blog

The 401 Challenge was honoured to be awarded the Best Blog Award at National Running Awards 2017. This award was given based on our social media  communication and contact with the global puclic throughout the challenge and beyond, the award was voted for by the UK running community.

The National Running Awards 2017 Special Recognition for Inspiration in Running

The 401 Challenge was honoured to be awarded a Special Recongition for Inspiration in Running Award at the National Running Awards 2017. This award was given in light of our efforts in The 401 Challenge and how it inspired a nation to get involved, the award was voted for by the UK running community.

The Bristol Post Gold Star Hero Award 2016

The 401 Challenge was honoured to recieve The Bristol Post Gold Star Hero Award 2016. This award was selected from all the winners of The Bristol Gold Star Awards 2016 as an overall award and voted for by the Bristol Post readers for our work in raising awarenss of bullying nationally.

The Bristol Post Gold Star Charity Champion Award 2016

The 401 Challenge was honoured to win The Bristol Post Gold Star Charity Champion Award 2016. Awarded to an individual that has supported a charity or charities over a long period, we were proud to win this award voted by the readers of The Bristol Post for our work in raising awareness of bullying nationally.

The Believe in Somerset Sporting Hero Award 2016

This award recognises an individual for their passion for sport and how they have used it in positive ways. The 401 Challenge was proud and honoured to receive this award in 2016 for its work in raising awareness of bullying in the UK

The Believe in Somerset Outstanding Services to Somerset Award 2016

This award honours the ultimate county hero; someone whose efforts and actions have made a real and lasting difference to the lives of other people within our communities. The 401 Challenge was honoured to be awarded this award in 2016 for our work in raising awareness of the issues of bullying nationally.

The Public Choice Mercury North Somerset Hero Award 2015

The 401 Challenge was honoured to recieve The Public Choice Mercury North Somerset Hero Award 2015 Hero Award. This award was selected from all the winners of The Mercury Awards 2015 as an overall award and voted for by the North Somerset public for our work in raising awarenss of bullying nationally.

The Braveheart Mercury North Somerset Hero Award 2015

The Braveheart Mercury North Somerset Hero Award is given to an individual that shows triumph over adversity. The 401 Challenge was proud and honoured to receive this award in 2016 for its work in raising awareness of bullying nationally.

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