THE inspiration behind a lifeline service for seriously ill children has been named 54th Evening Times Scotswoman of the Year. Laura Young, whose own daughter Verity died…
The Evening Times’ Scotswoman of the Year is a unique celebration of the accomplishments of woman across Scotland.
We are once again delighted to show our support to the unsung women who make the world a better place. These awards provide the perfect opportunity to once again recognise the talents and achievements of some of our nation’s most remarkable women.
From top flight businesswomen to compassionate carers, from scientists working on lifesaving breakthroughs to teachers nurturing tomorrow’s leaders, from record breaking sportswomen to your local lollipop lady, the aim of the event is to acknowledge our debt for their , often, selfless and unacknowledged hard work.
Scotland has many inspirational women in many walks of life. And it is right and fitting that we celebrate an honour their work and contributions. Every one of our winners over the decades has been an outstanding individual.
And what better way to pay tribute to these truly inspirational women than at the Scotswoman of Year Awards.
The Evening Times is proud that we have celebrated their contributions for more than half a century and we look forward to doing so for many years to come.
Graham Shields, Editor, Evening Times