The Gold award certificate will be presented in Kirkwall Cathedral at a special event on 30th September at 2.30 pm as part of the 2023 Scottish Pilgrimage Gathering organised by SPRF, the first time the Forum will have met on the Northern Isles in its 11 year history.
Any individual between the ages of 16 and 26 who owns, works, or studies within a food and drink related business, organisation or institution can be nominated or enter on their own behalf.
Niall Allison of Orkney Judo was officially presented with his Volunteer of the Year Award 2022 from Paul McGuiness, Judo Scotland on Sunday 8th January at the Pickie Centre, Kirkwall.
” It is wonderful to see recognised in this way the role that low input native and rare breeds can have in truly sustainable food production.” Jane Cooper
“They are making a huge difference to the experience of survivors in the Isles and they deserve to be recognised for this. I wish them all the best for the awards.” Emma Roddick MSP
Peedie Models which provides a full range of design, manufacturing, and custom building services has won ‘Best Model Railway Kits Design & Manufacturing Business 2021’ from SME News through its UK Enterprise Awards.
James Ferguson, Research and Development Engineer, at the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) in Orkney has won the Scottish Renewables Young and Inspiring Award at the 2020 Green Energy Awards.
Originally from Liverpool, then the USA, Gary now lives in Kirkwall and is an archaeology student based at Orkney College UHI.
“I’m delighted to receive the Next Chapter Award and am extremely grateful to Scottish Book Trust for selecting me for this wonderful opportunity.”
Kieran impressed the judges by showing dedication, maturity and initiative to drive his own career from a very young age.