Search is on to find Glasgow Times Scotswoman of the Year 2020

WHO should be crowned Glasgow Times Scotswoman of the Year 2020?

Nominations are already pouring in for our annual awards celebration, in association with St Enoch Centre.

We want to hear who you think should succeed last year’s magnificent winner – Dr Corinne Hutton, quadruple amputee, inspirational charity founder and Scotland’s first recipient of a double hand transplant – and we want your nominations, too, for Young SWOTY.

Climate change campaigner Holly Gillibrand was named Young Scotswoman of the Year in 2019, while multiple World, Paralympic and European medallist Maria Lyle won in 2018 – who do you think should follow in their footsteps? This award is open to girls and young women aged between 12 and 21.

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You can nominate for Young SWOTY by completing the online submission form or emailing by Friday, January 29, 2021. A judging panel will draw up a shortlist which will then be open to a public vote #voteyoungswoty across our website and social media platforms.

The deadline for nominations for the main award, 2020 Scotswoman of the Year, is also January 29.

Who has inspired you in this year like no other?

It could be a celebrity or politician, a charity champion, a business leader or an NHS star. Maybe it is someone in public life, perhaps it’s your next door neighbour…let us know who you think should win.

Glasgow Times:

To nominate your SWOTY or YOUNG SWOTY of 2020, visit the website or email

Call 0141 302 7407 for more information.