THE NRS SCOTTISH SPORTING AWARDS RETURN FOR ITS SECOND YEAR, SUPPORTED BY THE SUNDAY POST AND ENNOVA LAW
EDINBURGH’S MAGNIFICENT PRESTONFIELD HOUSE TO HOST EVENT ON FRIDAY 23RD MARCH 2018
Nordoff Robbins Scotland, announces 2018’s NRS Scottish Sporting Awards will take place once again at Prestonfield House, Edinburgh on Friday 23rd March 2018.
The inaugural year saw Scottish sports icons such as Dame Katherine Grainger, Alex McLeish, John Hartson and Neil Fachie collect awards, whilst raising vital funds for Nordoff Robbins Scotland. The awards will honour and celebrate the phenomenal achievements of Scottish sports stars from a
cross professional, amateur and parasport as the ceremony rewards coaches, individuals and teams across the country.
2017’s NRS Scottish Sporting Awards winners included Partick Thistle Amputee FC, for Team Performance of the Year, Dunfermline-born footballer Caroline Weir for the Sporting Breakthrough Award, Neil Fachie for Male Parasport Personality of the Year and sporting legends such as Dame Katherine Grainger who collected the Outstanding Contribution to Sport plus Alex McLeish for the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award.
If you would like to attend this exciting event to fund life-changing therapy sessions for vulnerable children and adults across Scotland, Nordoff Robbins Scotland would love to hear from you, for more details or contact Simon Foy at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Nordoff Robins Scotland are delighted to once again partner with Scotland’s favourite family newspaper, The Sunday Post for 2018’s awards, where readers can access exclusive interviews and shortlists prior to the event.
Donald MacLeod, chairman of Nordoff Robbins Scotland and Sunday Post columnist said:
“The first year of Nordoff Robbins Scottish Sporting Awards was such a hit that we can’t wait to return this year. With so much incredible talent on the rise in Scottish sports, it’s a great chance for us to celebrate the drive and determination on display in so many different areas in the industry; whether it’s the latest rising parasport star, committed team coach or legends like Bernard Gallagher and Dame Katherine Grainger, we will welcome them back to Prestonfield House with open arms for a fantastic night for such an important and brilliant cause.”
Sunday Post editor Richard Prest said:
“Sunday Post are delighted to once again be involved in the awards and to raise funds for music therapy, a cause we all feel so strongly about. This country has produced exceptional sporting stars and we think it’s only right that these icons and unsung heroes are celebrated in a room of their peers.”