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POOL & SPA INDUSTRY Awards 2015 Gala Evening


Celebrations At The British Pool & Hot Tub


Presented by BISHTA and SPATA, The British Pool & Hot Tub Awards provide an opportunity to celebrate some of the most innovative swimming pool, hot tub and spa companies within the industry, but what’s more, the awards provide a platform from which to amplify a consumer message and ultimately drive more sales for the industry


(1-3 February), the UK’s largest pool and spa exhibition. This gave industry visitors and exhibitors the opportunity to extend their stay to enjoy the show and attend the gala evening on Sunday 1 February 2015.


F The evening was hosted by Paul Boardman,


or the second year, the gala awards evening took place at the new venue, the Ricoh Arena, Coventry, coinciding with SPATEX 2015


supported by Issy Rickards Sanger (BSPF President), Richard Carrington (SPATA Chairman) and Alex Kemsley (BISHTA Chairman) who all helped present the awards along with the awards category sponsors. The awards evening began with the re-presentation of the ISPE 2014 awards by ISPE’s President, Allen Wilson. The SPATA and BISHTA awards provide a fantastic opportunity for the industry to


come together, providing far more than a reason to celebrate on the evening. In business terms, it’s a chance to network with industry peers, where new contacts and business relationships are begun. Ultimately, the awards are an important platform to showcase the best available hot tubs, spas and swimming pools, raising the profile of the wet leisure industry (as a whole) driving awareness to UK consumers. It’s never been


Tanby Pools enjoyed silver and bronze successes and employee Joe Pocock won the Paul Kite Award For The Pool Star Of The Year Award too


38 April 2015 SPN


The big winners of the night were XL Pools, who picked up The Dick Millward Trophy for Pool Contractor of the Year


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