Scottish Rural Awards 2020

Award Criteria

Specifically awarded to an individual whose impact over time has enhanced the lives of others, without whose efforts a significant detriment or deficit would result. Lifetime Achievement does not mean the individual has completed their endeavours, but it does recognise that the individual has committed a significant proportion of their life to those endeavours.

Sir Ian Grant won the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Scottish Rural Awards in 2019. From left: Dougie Vipond, Sir Ian Grant, Clare Stewart

Who can enter?

Please note that this category is closed to public nominations.


What the judges are looking for:

The judges are looking for sustained evidence of working to benefit rural Scotland over a significant number of years. The winning individual will have strived to benefit their community and local area wherever possible, achieving prominence and distinction for their work.


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