New Scots Language Award

Award launched to celebrate Scots language

A NEW annual award celebrating Scots language has been launched. The Scots Language Awards ceremony hosted by National columnist Alistair Heather and Frieda Morrison will celebrate the country’s national language spoken by more than 30% of the population, Held by the United Nations Year of Indigenous Language, Hands Up for Trad, and Creative Scotland, the awards will be presented at Glasgow’s Mitchell Theatre on September 27.

A new annual award celebrating Scots language has been launched. Held by the United Nations Year of Indigenous Language, Hands Up for Trad, and Creative Scotland, the awards ceremony will held at Glasgow’s Mitchell Theatre on September 27. Nominees for the 11 awards include singer songwriter Gerda Stevenson, singer Sheena Wellington who opened the Scottish Parliament in 1999, author Chris McQueer and National columnists Rab Wilson and Thomas Clark.

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