“This year’s shortlist features some of the best talent in our profession, and the new Social Impact Awards recognises the significant value these projects have brought to the communities around them. “
“They have both received praise from patients and colleagues alike and we are very proud to have them as part of our NHS Orkney workforce.”
Living Orkney has been shortlisted for a PPA Scottish Magazine of the Year Award.
The Bookbug Hero Award and the Learning Professional Award 2020 run by the Scottish Book Trust, are open for applications.
Linsey has been recognised for the outstanding work she has been doing and was the runner up for intergenerational coordinator 2019.
Catriona Innes and Catherine Edwards worked together to develop a challenge badge for Girlguiding members of all ages.
“ This is tremendous recognition for the work of the Destination Viking Association, of which INS in both Orkney and Shetland is a longstanding member.”
The Scottish Renewables Young Professionals Green Energy Awards recognises the best young talent in the renewables and energy fields.
“It is testament to the huge effort they put in to making OHAL a great place to work, providing great customer service and making a great contribution to our community.”
The Islands Athlete Travel Award Scheme offers support to athletes of up to £1,500 to help them meet travel costs associated with living in an island community.