2019 Winners

The winners of the 2019 Scottish Rural Awards were a diverse group, with three key factors in common – the positive and sustainable impact they make within their local communities, the quality of their businesses, and their dedication to their respective fields.

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To read more about our winners’ work in our 2019 brochure – click on the cover below:

Rural Hero:

Winner                                Donna Ker-Ramsay


Winner                               Breadalbane Academy

Joint Runner Up                Friendly Access

Joint Runner Up                The Shieling Project


Conservation & the Environment:

Winner                                Fishing for litter – KIMO UK

Runner Up                          FIDRA


Business Start-Up:

Winner                               Heb Shuttle

Runner Up                          Growers Garden


Business Diversification:

Winner                                Westfield Farms

Runner Up                          Glencoe Activities


Artisan Food:

Winner                                Island Bakery Organics Ltd

Runner Up                          St Andrews Farmhouse Cheese Company


Artisan Drink:

Winner                                GlenWyvis Distillery

Runner Up                          Cairn O Mohr



Winner                                Mossgiel Farm

Runner Up                          Air An Lot


Rural Employer:

Winner                                Macphie

Runner Up                          Speyside Cooperage


Rural Enterprise and Innovation:

Winner                                Cruise Loch Ness

Runner Up                          The Highland Soap Company


Rural Tourism:

Winner                                North Coast 500

Runner Up                          Port of Cromarty Firth


Rural Hospitality:

Winner                                Kylesku House

Runner Up                          Arisaig House

Runner Up                          Moor of Rannoch Restaurant & Rooms


Lifetime Achievement:

Winner                                Sir Ian Grant