Scottish Rural Awards Open for Nominations

The ultimate benchmark of success in Scotland’s countryside, the Scottish Rural Awards are now in their sixth year and are partnered by Scottish Field Magazine and the Scottish Countryside Alliance. There are 14 awards which will be awarded to the winners at the awards ceremony hosted by Jim Smith on 2nd April at the Glasgow Hilton. Twelve of these awards are open for nominations and the deadline is 4th November. The finalists will be announced in December.

It couldn’t be easier to enter the awards.
Businesses and individuals can nominate themselves or a friend on our website. It only takes five minutes to fill in our online form to register your nomination here.

Businesses have until Monday 4th November to put forward their nomination. Businesses can either self-nominate or be nominated by a friend, family member, customer or member of the public.
The full criteria for each award, along with nomination forms, are listed on our homepage. It is free to enter a nomination.

As an added bonus, every nominee will receive a free copy of Scottish Field magazine.

‘The Scottish Rural Awards go to the heart of Scottish Field’s commitment to showcase the best that Scotland’s countryside has to offer. That is why it has been an enormous pleasure to be a part of an awards that has grown in stature with every passing year,’ said Richard Bath, editor of Scottish Field.

‘Our involvement with the SRA has also been an educational process: judging the awards each year has revealed the extraordinary levels of innovation and energy of the people who live in rural Scotland. In turn, the awards have given those dynamic custodians of Scotland’s rural economy the public recognition which they so richly deserve.’

Jamie Stewart of the Scottish Countryside Alliance said: ‘Land-based businesses contribute over £2 billion to the Scottish economy. Despite the multiple challenges they face, they are hugely valuable brand ambassadors for Scotland, and many provide vital support to their local communities. These awards give Scotland a chance to recognise the resilience, innovation and contribution that rurally-based people and businesses make to its success.’

Finalists will be announced at the beginning of December 2019, with winners revealed at the Scottish Rural Awards ceremony and gala dinner, which will take place in Glasgow on 2nd April 2020.

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