Moray & Banffshire Heroes is an award scheme recognising the people across Moray and Banffshire who make a real difference to our communities, healthcare, education, safety and wellbeing.
Live Life Aberdeenshire is working in partnership with the Fishermen’s Mission and Seafarer’s Hospital Society to deliver the SeaFit Programme.
James 'Flicker' Duncan should have received the honour in March but the first coronavirus lockdown meant this was not possible.
The volunteers were determined to spread joy without the usual pomp and ceremony.
Moray Community Christmas is delivering free meals this year in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
Diane’s Childminding of Castle Street organised a cake bake and sale in aid of Children In Need.
Forres In Bloom have been recognised for their ongoing work through the coronavirus pandemic.
RAF Lossiemouth and Ashgrove Motor Body Company cleaned, stripped, repaired and repainted the Nimrod model at War Veteran’s Cottages.
Forres Area Community Trust has been highly commended in the High Street Heroes Awards.
Cathay Care Home resident John Herold MBE turned 100 on November 5.
Medine Duff has won a High Street Heroes Award for her contribution to the local community.
Nearly £17,000 is available to projects aimed at improving the lives of older people in the area.
Findhorn Bay Arts has won an award in an initiative run by the Scotland Loves Local campaign, managed by Scotland’s Towns Partnership.