Standing Out From Crowd

AWARDS1Entries for the 2015 UK Pool & Spa Awards are now open with some outstanding entries already looking set to raise the UK pool and spa industry bar. Building on their continued success, the 2015 awards are back to celebrate the industry’s most impressive achievements.

This year they’re shaping up to be the biggest and best yet, now with 21 award-winning opportunities across all sectors of wet leisure. Whether it’s an outstanding residential refurbishment project you want to flag up, or a unique spa installation, or you simply want to shout about the success of your team – we want to hear from you.

Totally independent with no trade association or leisure organisation influence, the UK Pool and Spa Awards is the only competition open competition to all of the wet leisure industry.

Olympic bronze medallist and BBC sports commentator Stephen Parry will be making a popular return to the awards evening to present the winners with their trophies and share his experiences of the industry as the director of mobile swimming pool business, Total Swimming.


AWARDS2Another added value is that category winners will receive free marketing and PR to publicise their win. All short-listed competition entrants will also be able to use a special awards logo to help promote their success.

Run by Waterland Media, publishers of Pool & Spa Scene magazine, the 2015 awards will be prented at The Gallery at the NEC, Birmingham on Friday 23rd January, and will coincide with the UK Pool & Spa Expo. The prize giving ceremony will begin at 5pm, with a business networking style reception sponsored by hth, followed by a buffet and the much-anticipated awards presentations. The following morning, a post awards brunch will be held at the Pool & Spa Scene stand in the central hub of the UK Pool & Spa Expo show, sponsored by the specialist expo support team SCS. Tickets for the awards evening can be purchased on the awards website at


There are four simple steps to submit an entry online:

1. Visit the awards website

2. Fill in all sections of the entry form; the more information you can provide the better.

3. Your entry must be accompanied by at least one, but ideally three digital images 300dpi or more, which should be uploaded with the entry form.

4. Be ready to pay your £25 (inc. VAT) entry fee either by credit or debit card or via a PayPal account.