Keith had a challenging childhood after his parents separated when he was 4 and he was the subject of a long and difficult custody battle. Keith has lived in Bedfordshire for over 25 years following his move from West London. Keith has progressed over many years hard work to the voluntary role of Chairman at Luton Rugby Club. He has been a key volunteer in getting the struggling local team into national league rugby over the past 10 years & the club is proving very successful.This year the 1st XV won the East Midlands Cup. Luton Rugby Club touches the lives of thousands within the community and plays a key role in teaching kids aged 6-19 key principles in life, such as determination, motivation and respect. The club brings together a diverse range of people from the culturally rich area of Luton. I'm not suggesting the club would be closed if it wasn't for Keith's involvement, but many will support me when I say it would never be what it is now without his desire to help others. Keith also helped to establish The Richard Langhorn Trust named after a lost friend. The charity takes disabled children on trips related to the four sports greatest to Richards heart, these being rugby, sailing, basketball and skiing. It is because Keith has shown such great care to others and achieved all of these things while also bringing up his son and enjoying a successful career in financial services with his beloved wife that I am nominating him. A true Inspiration to all and a great example of a Great British Success. Keith puts a lot into sport and this would be a great way to recognise his commitment.