HUNDREDS of inspirational women filled Glasgow's Grand Central Hotel last night as the Evening Times crowned its Scotswoman and Young Scotswoman of the Year.

The moving ceremony celebrated the incredible work of some of the country's most impressive individuals.

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Here, we recap everything you need to know from the outstanding event.

1. MND campaigner Lucy Lintott is our Scotswoman of the Year

The 24-year-old is the youngest person in Scotland to be diagnosed with the incurable motor neurone disease. But, five years on Lucy is still fighting and has raised a staggering £183,000 to help find a cure for the heartbreaking illness.

Read more: MND campaigner Lucy Lintott named Scotswoman of the Year

2. Paralympic medallist Maria Lyle is our Young Scotswoman of the Year

Maria, 19, already holds a world record, a European gold and a Commonwealth Games silver in her impressive collection. The teen, who lives with cerebral palsy, has shown incredible courage speaking out about the illness and her own mental health issues.

3. The women of Glasgow who fought for equal pay have been declared the winner of our Editor's Award

Lord Provost Eva Bolander collected the gong on behalf of the thousands of women who fought for a package of payments to resolve historic claims.

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4. Gayle Telford Stevens brought down the house with her incredible speech

The River City actress told how it was vital for women to work together to lift each other up and to stop negatively trolling each other online. She said: "We don't need to be tearing each other down, we need to be building each other up."

5. More than £1,300 was raised for the NSPCC

The night's raffle - which featured some incredible prizes - helped raise more than £1,300 for the NSPCC. While, an impromptu auction of two coveted Still Game Live tickets brought in £300 for last year's winner Sally Magnusson's work with dementia patients.

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