D&G Life Awards Tonight


8 Nov 19
by Billie Jones

D&G Life Awards 2019

We would like to wish Project Co-ordinator & Festival Director, Nathon Jones, all the very best of luck this evening as he travels to Easterbrook Hall, Dumfries, for the 10th anniversary of the D&G Life Awards. Nathon has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Culture Champion of the Year category.

It's also a double-header tonight as twin brother, Aaron Jones, is also a finalist in the Performing Artist of the Year category!

We'll be keeping you posted, live on Facebook, tonight so please keep an eye on our Facebook page from 9:30pm.

Good luck Aaron & Nathon!

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Sponsorship support from:
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