Jack Petchey Achievement Awards

Bigfoot Youth is proud to be part of the Jack Petchey Achievement Award Scheme. The scheme, funded by the Jack Petchey Foundation, is a reward and recognition initiative which enables schools and youth organisations to celebrate the achievements of their young people as well as receive additional funding.

We have three opportunities to recognise and award one of our young riders each year. Youth CC members have opportunity to vote for one of their peers, who can only receive the award once. These ‘Young Achievers’ will have shown qualities demonstrating high aspirations, determination, self sufficiency, positivity and community spirit.

As well as a framed certificate to commemorate their achievement, the winner receives £250 to be spent on a something of their choice that will benefit Bigfoot Youth CC. For example, this could be a piece of equipment, a cycling activity for the club, or a specialist trainer to come in to give a session.

Listed below are the Bigfoot Youth CC members who have won the award in the past, and what their award has been spent on.

Young Achievers

Joseph Spearman-Oxx (Autumn 2021)

Josh Benfield (Summer 2021) - Puttshack Crazy Golf

Aaron Medlyn (Spring2021)

Alfie Beddoe (Winter 2020) - Forest Laser Tag

Alex Dulake (June 2020) - ArcelorMittal Orbit

Josh Benfield (February 2020) - Puttshack Crazy Golf

Aaron Harris (September 2019) - Qasar

Zoe Howard (May 2019) - Downe Activity Centre

Nathan Monks (March 2019) - Escape Rooms

Marco Overbeeke (September 2018) - Pizza night

Isabelle Stoneham (May 2018) - Burger night at Byron

Albie Peate (February 2018) - Airjump Orpington

Ellis Jenkins (October 2017) - Pool party and inflatable assault course

Emily Young (May 2017) - Dragon Quest crazy golf

Jacob Chambers (March 2017) - Swimming and pizza party

Rachel Young (October 2016) - Go-Ape session

Roisin Smith (May 2016) - Jump Giants session

Joseph Harris (February 2016) - club session at Olympic Park road racing circuit

Jack Harradine (October 2015) - Go-Pro camera

Jack Harrradine (June 2015) - Club disco night

Jack Petchey award for Spring 2022 - Vote now!

The Jack Petchey awards for Spring 2022 is now up for grabs. All you need to know is in the information pack and Spring 2022 flyer below.

Decide who deserves the awards (each award includes £250 to spend for the benefit of the club).

You can only vote once, you can’t vote for yourself and you can’t vote for previous winners (whose names are in the flyer below).

For the best chance of your choice winning you must vote fast.

Vote simply by seeing Adam at one of the club coaching sessions.

Jack Petchey Award Spring 2022

Jack Petchey Info Pack