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Highland Heroes 2024: Remember to vote for your Heroes!

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Highlands & Islands Blood Bikes won the charitable organisation award last year. Picture: James Mackenzie
Highlands & Islands Blood Bikes won the charitable organisation award last year. Picture: James Mackenzie

Over the past months we asked you to nominate the real-life superheroes and stars in your community and you have.

Our judges have whittled down your entries, the shortlist is out and now it is back over to you to vote for your winners of 2024.

Voting could not be easier.

VOTE at https://www.hnmedia.co.uk/highlandheroes/ in any of the categories by Sunday, February 18.

READ the 2024 shortlist

The Highland Heroes awards is a very special night and one highly anticipated by shortlistees, their loved ones and, of course, our generous sponsors.

The event gets underway in style with a special VIP reception for all of those shortlisted for an award. The VIP shortlist reception is a wonderful way to begin the night’s celebrations – and keep any acceptance speech nerves at bay.

Everyone invited can just relax, chat, enjoy a tipple and look forward to what will be a fabulous evening of camaraderie, entertainment, delicious food, cheers and undoubtedly quite a few tears.

Host Nicky Marr will ensure the ceremony runs smoothly throughout the evening as the winners are announced and invited to receive their trophy. As well as the awards ceremony itself, guests can look forward to a night of delicious food and drink prepared by the talented team at the awards’ venue, the stunning Macdonald Drumossie Hotel, Inverness. There will be entertainment too, courtesy of Men of Motown who will perform favourite floor-fillers from across the decades.

Make sure you give your local heroes their moment in the spotlight and VOTE NOW!

Who will you vote for?
Who will you vote for?

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