Arthur Cormack

Scottish Gaelic Awards – 2017

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The Scottish Gaelic Awards reward all aspects of our Gaelic culture, education and language highlighting the excellent work undertaken to maintain growth and heritage, with headline sponsors Bòrd na Gàidhlig. Organised by the Daily Record, the awards follow on from the 2016 Gaelic awards and will take place at the Grand Central Hotel, Glasgow, on the 15 November.

Congratulations to all this year’s finalists who include:

Learner Award

To celebrate an outstanding contribution towards the learning of the Gaelic language.

  • Organising Committee – Buidheann Disathairne
  • Island Voices
  • Lasadh

Arts & Culture Award

Sponsored by Creative Scotland
For the most outstanding contribution to Gaelic culture in 2016/17. 

  • Alex MacDonald
  • Marcas Mac an Tuairneir
  • Rona MacDonald

Event Award

For the event which best promotes and or supports the Gaelic language within Scotland.

  • Comunn Eachdraidh Nis
  • Comhairle nan Leabhraichean
  • Seachdain na Gàidhlig / Edinburgh Gaelic Festival

Community, Heritage & Tourism Award

Sponsored by Highlands and Islands Enterprise
For the group, organisation, community or school that has done most to utilise Gaelic within its community, in highlighting its heritage, or by promoting tourism in 2016/17.

  • Fiona J MacKenzie
  • Fife Gaelic Development Group
  • Furan Gaelic Centre

Best Contribution Award

Sponsored by Bòrd na Gàidhlig
For the individual, group or organisation that has contributed significantly towards the growth or development of the Gaelic language.

  • Arthur Cormack – (Pictured above, Credit: BBC)
  • DASG
  • Misneachd (Màrtainn Mac a’ Bhàillidh)

International Award

Sponsored by MG ALBA 
For the individual, event, group or organisation that best promotes Gaelic outside Scotland.

  • Robert Currie
  • Grandfather Mountain Gaelic & Song and Language week
  • Emily McEwan-Fujita

Innovation in Education Award

For teachers, support staff, pupils/students, a Local Authority or education group which creates innovative ideas to support the strong delivery of Gaelic education.

  • Lasadh
  • e-Sgoil
  • Kenneth MacKenzie

Young Gaelic Ambassador of the Year Award

For the outstanding young Gael (Under 25) who has made a significant contribution to the promotion of the Gaelic language.

The winner of this award will be announced on the night. 

Gaelic as an Economic Asset Award

Sponsored by Thorntons Investments 
To recognise success made by a business, social enterprise or community group in realising the proven value of Gaelic towards Scotland’s economy.

  • Fèisean nan Gàidheal
  • Obraichean Gàidhlig

Event website: Daily Record Scottish Gaelic Awards

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      Fluent speaker
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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning
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      Interested in learning
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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning
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      Interested in learning |
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      Currently learning
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      Gaelic group | Website
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      Currently learning
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      Interested in learning
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      Fluent speaker
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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning
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      Fluent speaker
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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning | Twitter
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      Currently learning
    • Kathryn : Learning Gaelic because I want to keep Ireland's native language alive
      Interested in learning
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      Currently learning | Facebook
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      Currently learning
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      Currently learning | Facebook
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      Currently learning | Twitter
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      Interested in learning
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      Currently learning
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      Interested in learning
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      Currently learning
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      Interested in learning
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      Currently learning
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      Interested in learning
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      Interested in learning
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      Interested in learning
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      Interested in learning
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      Gaelic class | Website
    • New York Caledonian Club: Fall and spring classes offered in Beginning Scottish Gaelic grammar and conversation, as well as an intermediate Reading Gaelic class.
      Gaelic class | Website | Facebook | Twitter
    • Julie Umpherson: Currently learning Gaelic in a distance learning class through Sabhal Mòr Ostaig.
      Currently learning
    • Traci: Looking for interested learners in the Greater STL area!
      Currently learning
    • Jennie Lynne Rennie: My Grandfather, David Horne Rennie, used to speak Gaelic to me, I so wish I had taken the time to learn.
      Interested in learning
    • Shannon Duncan : Singers and instrumentalists are a plus
      Currently learning
    • Seumas Mac a’ Mhuilier: Tha mi an seo!
      Currently learning
    • Helensburgh Gaelic Club: Multi level Gaelic group very informal Supported by funding from Bòrd na Ghàidhlig Contact Alasdair MacCuish 01389841580 for further detail
      Gaelic class
    • Barbara L. Rice: I began learning Gaelic in 2012, and am still going at it.
      Currently learning | Facebook | Twitter
    • Marie Ballentine Shafer: Halò Sassenach!
      Interested in learning | Facebook | Twitter
    • Paula Menzies Cameron: Interested in learning
      Interested in learning
    • Gary Humphries: Anyone close help is welcomed ...
      Currently learning
    • Gàidhlig Photomac: A community of Gaelic learners open to all. We host a variety of Gàidhlig-oriented events, including song workshops and language days.
      Gaelic group | Facebook
    • Liam Ó Caiside: Fluent learner, co-leader of Gàidhlig Photomac Gàidhlig Learning Community.
      Fluent speaker
    • Kevin Offord: I am looking to learn Gaelic.
      Interested in learning
    • Alyson L. McSweeny: Would LOVE to learn Scotish Gaelic
      Interested in learning
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      Interested in learning
    • Siùsaidh Nic a' Mhaoilean Cahans: Tha an Murlaggan seo.
      Currently learning | Facebook
    • Steve Cain: I want to learn the language of my ancestors.
      Interested in learning | Facebook | Twitter
    • Jen (Seònaid) Schoonover: I usually show up at Gaelic Club, every 3rd Sunday of the month, at the Canadian American Club in Watertown to sing some Gaelic songs.
      Currently learning | Website
    • Mark Kenneth: Born in Dundee - played accordion on stage with Scottish shows with Gaelic singers and speakers. Always interested in the language.
      Interested in learning
    • Sasha: Working on a project on Gaelic outside of Scotland - feel free to email me. luddite.sasha at gmail.com. Beginners to fluent speakers.
      Currently learning | Website
    • Scarlett Mullikin: Love to meet others
      Currently learning
    • Kathy Jones: I would love to learn some Gaelic! I've always been curious about the language.
      Interested in learning
    • Karen Harter : This is the one language that I have really wanted to learn.
      Interested in learning | Facebook | Twitter
    • Catrìona: Not sure about rolling R's but would love to try it....
      Interested in learning
    • Sharon Grow: Wish I had listened/learned from my great-grandfather.
      Interested in learning
    • Leslie Blair Gallagher: I mostly see the Gaelic written, would love to know the correct pronuciations.
      Interested in learning
    • ScotsPipers: Have always wanted to learn Scots Gaelic. I play and teach the Highland Pipes in Surrey, Kent and London, so do not have much spare time, to learn.
      Interested in learning | Facebook
    • John Seever: My family clan is Sandilands, and I want to learn Scottish and understsnd it.
      Interested in learning | Facebook | Twitter
    • St. Patrick's Battalion Pipes and Drums: Piper in Mexico learning Gaelic
      Interested in learning | Website | Twitter
    • Cailean is Brìghde: Tha Gàidhlig againn!
      Fluent speaker
    • Cailean Dòmhnullach: Tha Gàidhlig again a' seo!
      Fluent speaker
    • Colaisde na Gàidhlig : We are a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving, promoting, and perpetuating the Scottish Gaelic language and culture.
      Gaelic college | Website | Facebook | Twitter
    • Pius maclean : Autocorrect Is a pain for writing Gaelic!
      Interested in learning
    • Larry Scott: Screaming up on 64 in a few days. I'd like to know more about my Scottish Ancestors.
      Interested in learning
    • Vince Nakovics: Grandparents were from Scotland - It would be nice to know a phrase or two.
      Interested in learning | Facebook
    • 84hdrdr: I have always been interested in learning Gaelic.
      Interested in learning
    • Andrew Austin: My grandmother spoke Gaelic.
      Interested in learning | Twitter
    • Uilleam T Maghgherginn Cruikshanks: 'S mise uilleam, an taite dha am buininn, port righ, An teilean Sgitheanach, tha ghaidlig gam ' S e cananaiche a tha nam
      Native speaker | Website | Facebook
    • Aaron Scott: I would like to learn Gaelic from a school or course, but any assistance would be wonderful!
      Interested in learning

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