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Nominate now for the Tam Tod Trophy


Nominations are open for the Tam Tod Trophy. Inaugurated in 2009, the Tam Tod Trophy, which is organised by Countryside Learning Scotland,  is presented annually to a person under the age of 21 that demonstrates respect for the countryside coupled with an enthusiasm and dedication in their chosen country sport or country sports career.  

The Tam Tod Trophy was funded in memory of one of Scotland’s finest countrymen, the late Tam Tod, a gamekeeper, ghillie and lifelong friend of the countryside. The specially commissioned trophy was created by leading designer Robert MacFadzean of Fine Iron Design and the 2015 winner will be invited to a presentation at Scone Game Fair 2015.

For more information on Countryside Learning Scotland go to:

The forms for nomination are below.



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Download this file (Nomination form.pdf)Nomination form.pdf20 Kb
Download this file (Tam Tod Award info 2015.pdf)Tam Tod Award info 2015.pdf18 Kb

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