Proving that music can offer a much-needed escape from everyday struggles, bagpiper Calum Lawrie was delighted to be named the Entertainment Champion at this year’s virtual awards.
Aberdeen’s Champion Awards
Aberdeen Cyrenians was celebrated for its dedication to supporting people affected by homelessness, violence and domestic abuse during the pandemic.
A little boy whose generous spirit captured the hearts of the north-east was presented with the Judges Special Award.
By showing just what can be done when like-minded people team up for a great cause, Community cleanUP was named the winner in the Community Champion category.
The way the Denis Law Legacy Trust managed to adapt its services to meet the demands thrown up by coronavirus impressed the judges, who named it winner in the Sport and Wellbeing category.
A family-run butchers business that served up kindness for its local community picked up the Business Champion award.
Brave ScotRail conductor Nicola Whyte receives special recognition accolade at Aberdeen’s Champion Awards
The boss of Scotrail has hailed the brave off-duty conductor who walked three miles from the derailed Stonehaven train to raise the alarm as a "credit" to the north-east.
Going above and beyond for her local community seems to be something in Demmi Ewen's blood and it's why she won the Young Person’s Champion award.
Triple A's - One Stop Shop Aberdeen was named the Charity Champion for its admirable work and mission to change perceptions about people with autism.
Selfless, dedicated and big-hearted − that's how those who know carer Linda Cleary would describe her, which is also why she was named the Key Worker (Individual) Champion.