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The Scottish Walking Awards are open for nominations until 31st March 2021

19 March 2021

Scottish Walking Awards

Community Councils are encouraged to take part in the first-ever Scottish Walking Awards which will showcase a broad range of inspiring walking projects – from businesses, councils, land managers and housing associations to the journalists, staff and local volunteers who inspire others to step out.

Community Councils are encouraged to take part in the first-ever Scottish Walking Awards which will showcase a broad range of inspiring walking projects – from businesses, councils, land managers and housing associations to the journalists, staff and local volunteers who inspire others to step out.

The Scottish Walking Awards are open for nominations until 31st March 2021 and feature ten categories to celebrate the wide range of initiatives underway to get people moving more in Scotland.

Active travel charity Paths for All are organising the new awards together with Ramblers Scotland and Living Streets Scotland, and in conjunction with the National Walking Strategy Delivery Forum.

The awards are open to nominations from all regions of Scotland and all sections of society, including projects supporting people who use wheelchairs and other mobility aids.

Categories include Community Walking Champion and Most Improved Walking Place and anyone can make a nomination using the simple online form before 31 March. The winners will be selected by an expert judging panel in April and announced on 11 May during National Walking Month.

Find out more about the award categories on the Paths for All website.