The 12 winners o this year’s Scots Language Awards wis announced on Saturday evening in an ceremony held in Dundee.
Anne Donovan wis the winner o the Janet Paisley Services to Scots Award, while the Scots Radio sponsored Scots Project of the Year Award went tae The Maiden’s Leap with Historic Environment Scotland an Perth High School.
Meanwhile, there wis success for several nominations fae the North-East, wi Doric Dad winning Scots Media Person o the Year an the Doric Board’s ain Gordon Hay receiving the Scots Bairns Book of the Year Award.
Mearns Academy also received the Scots School of the Year Award following their recent success at the Doric Film Festival.
The full list o winners is as follows:
Scots Business of the Year – ReStore, Lossiemouth
Janet Paisley Services to Scots Award – Anne Donovan
Scots Champion Award – Dr Jamie Fairbairn
Young Scots Writer o the Year – Eva McMillan
Scots Writer of the Year – Liz Lochhead
Scots Media Person of the Year – Doric Dad
Scots Bairns Book of the Year – ‘Doric Nursery Rhymes for Loons & Quines’, translations bi Gordon M Hay an illustrations bi Rosemary Cunningham
Scots Speaker of the Year – Marjolein Robertson
Scots Teacher of the Year – Amanda Dunn, Shortlees Primary School, Kilmarnock
Scots School of the Year – Mearns Academy (Aberdeenshire Council), Rosie Bircham
Scots Project of the Year – The Maiden’s Leap with Historic Environment Scotland an Perth High School, Kerry
Scots Book of the Year – ‘Be guid tae yer Mammy’ bi Emma Grae
Scots Performer of the Year – Alan Reid aka Bundy