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Glenfiddich Spirit of Scotland Awards

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Country  Scotland
First awarded  1998
Presented by  Glenfiddich

The Glenfiddich Spirit of Scotland Awards are annual awards given to notable Scottish people. It is sponsored by the Scotch whisky company Glenfiddich, in association with The Scotsman newspaper. Nine awards are given out for art, business, environment, food, music, screen, sport, writing, and "Top Scot". A consulting panel nominates four people in each category, with the winner decided by public vote. The "Top Scot" category is an open award, with the public able to nominate anyone. The awards were established in 1998.

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2010

The consulting panel comprised John McLellan, editor at The Scotsman and other correspondents, Sally Gordon of Glenfiddich, Peter Irvine and Stuart Nisbet from Unique Events, Fiona Bradley of the Fruitmarket Gallery, Celia Stevenson, and David Sole.

2007

Kirsty Wark hosted the event held on Friday November 30, 2007

2005

Lorraine Kelly hosted the event.

References

Glenfiddich Spirit of Scotland Awards Wikipedia


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