Pride of Scotland 2020
2020 was a year we’ll never forget.
And it came to an end with a joyful Hogmanay TV show we’ll never forget too.
With a unique blend of inspirational real-life stories, celebrity surprises and sensational musical performances, Pride of Scotland from the University of Glasgow Cloisters was the perfect way to say farewell to 2020 and ring in 2021.
Dame Laura Lee
Driving force behind Maggie’s, the ground-breaking Scottish charity that is transforming cancer care across the globe.
Young Fundraiser of the Year
Teenager with a debilitating condition has spent more than a decade raising hundreds of thousands of pounds to help others like her.
Child of Courage
Schoolboy who pulled his grandad from a fast-flowing river after he suffered a bleed on the brain during a fishing trip.
HGV driver and army reservist for 7 Scots, who rescued mum and three children from drowning after they were swept out to sea during a family day at the beach.
The driving force behind The Sikh Food Bank, a multi-faith team of volunteers who delivered more than 100,000 meals to families since the start of lockdown.
About the Awards
Extraordinary Scottish heroes have been at the heart of the Pride of Britain Awards for 20 years.
Now they take centre stage at home too, with Pride of Scotland, a new landmark national event to honour this country’s unsung heroes.
The Daily Record Pride of Scotland Awards, in partnership with TSB, celebrate Scots who are transforming the lives of the people around them.
Nominated by the public, the winners are from all walks of life, of all ages, and from all over the country.
Their awe-inspiring achievements are celebrated in a star-studded Hogmanay TV special on STV.
Do you know a hero? Click here to nominate them for a Pride of Scotland Award