Sunday Mail Young
Scot Awards 2018

Celebrating the exceptional achievements
of Scotland's young people.
Supported by Year of Young People

For over twelve years, the Sunday Mail Young Scot Awards have been Scotland’s only national awards evening for the young people of Scotland.

As 2018 is the Year of Young People, the Sunday Mail Young Scot Awards will be bigger than ever, bringing in brilliant acts and higher profile celebrities. Young people have also been given the chance to help with the delivery of the awards.

More young people will be given the chance to attend on the evening, and for those who can’t, the ceremony will be broadcast on television once again.

We’ve seen the stories from the most incredible young people. Former nominees have risen to the top of the sporting, business, entertainment and the art worlds. Hundreds more are making a lasting difference to communities across Scotland.

The Sunday Mail Young Scot Awards will celebrate the achievements of young Scots and their ability to make Scotland and the world a better place to live.

The Sunday Mail Young Scot Awards 2018 will be an evening to remember, packed with great musical entertainment, dinner, a red carpet reception and, most importantly, the stories of 42 inspirational and amazing young people.

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