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2CL and People’s Postcode Lottery to support NOEA Awards

27.11.19 Bath
The NOEA awards which took place at the Pump Rooms and the Roman Baths in Bath on the 27th November 2019

The National Outdoor Events Association (NOEA) is delighted to announce two more sponsors of its Annual Awards, taking place 23rd November 2022, in the beautiful surroundings of The Pumphouse, Bath. 2CL and the People’s Postcode Lottery will join See Tickets and Formula E in supporting the recognition of some of the leading events, companies, and people within the outdoor events community.

As well as supporting the creation of both the awards and the annual convention, taking place earlier in the day, 2CL and People’s Postcode Lottery will each be supporting an award category, with the former sponsoring ‘Best Event Supplier Award (services)’ and the latter ‘Best Small Event Award’. See Tickets and Formula E both support NOEA’s activities throughout the year and will be handing out the ‘Event Innovation of the Year Award’ and ‘The Sustainability Award’ respectively.

Commenting on their support for the awards, Mike Baker, 2CL, said, “2CL Communications Ltd are delighted to be sponsoring an award at the NOEA awards, it’s something that means a lot to us as it ensures those companies that really excel get the recognition they so richly deserve. It’s been a tough few years for everyone and we’re looking forward to celebrating best in class events again, in a face to face environment. Good luck to all who are entering.”

Nicole Allan, Peoples Postcode Lottery, added, “We’re delighted to be able to continue our partnership with the association (NOEA) in support of the Small Event of the Year award, celebrating event professionals and small events across the UK. I look forward to seeing this year’s entries.”

“It’s great to have these brands on board to help us recognise the very best of the events industry,” commented Susan Tanner, CEO, NOEA. “It just underlines their commitment to the betterment of our industry and the need to recognise talent and performance in what has been an incredibly tough 12 months. We thank them all, once again, for their support.”

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