Ullapool Sea Savers have made the final shortlist in this year's Young Scot awards, which recognises the achievements and work of young people all across the country.And if Ross-shire group is successful, then they will be in some illustrious company. Past winners of various Young Scot awards have included everyone from tennis great Andy Murray to Inverness' own Hollywood star Karen Gillan. Other winners who have gone on to become big names have included Ncuti Gatwa, Paolo Nutini, Amy Macdonald, Martin Compston, Jamie Genevieve and Nina Nesbitt. The Ullapool Sea Savers are in the running for the environment award, which recognises those who "give their time and effort to help protect the world for future generations" in recognition for their works to try to protect our environment, educate others and campaigning for the seas and marine life in Ullapool and elsewhere. The group understand that they were nominated for a range of their eco-friendly activities, including their Layby Litter Pick work, their efforts to buy and distribute sustainably caught seafood during lockdown, and also their work with the Species Champion Scheme that included inviting the MSP Kate Forbes to become an Otter Species Champion. They will find out if they have won the title at the awards night on April 22.Find out more at https://young.scot/get-informed/national/meet-the-ysawards-2021-finalists