Awards won by Scottish learners

The elite of Scotland's land-based learners were recognised by cabinet secretary for rural affairs and the environment Richard Lochhead at a ceremony in Crieff.

Darren Broadley of Avonbridge scooped the top prize and received £400 cash prize and the Peter Alexander Perpetual Trophy. He completed a modern apprenticeship in mixed farming at Oatridge College. The overall runner-up was Pamela Marnie from Glenrothes, Fife. Trees and Timber Learner of the Year went to Kate Sheppard from Ford, Lochgilphead.


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