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'The Loch of Mey Monster' Poem and Art Competition Exhibition at the County Show

18th July 2007

Photograph of 'The Loch of Mey Monster' Poem and Art Competition Exhibition at the County Show

A number of children around the County were thrilled to be awarded special framed pictures and certificates signed by the author and artist at the end of term assemblies.

The competition was to draw the best picture or write the best poem about the monster.

The Winners were;
BOWER PRIMARY; Ashley Lawrence [Poem]CROSSROADS PRIMARY;Ben Wilks[POEM]CANISBAY PRIMARY;Holly Knight[Picture]Emily Green [Poem]

THRUMSTER PRIMARY;Emma Taylor[Picture]

KEISS PRIMARY;Leanne Cormack[Picture] Ben and Connor[Poem]

LYBSTER PRIMARY: Caitlin Forbes [Poem]

REAY PRIMARY ; Jake Sinclar.Picture



Winner Picture ; Sweyn Scott Linklater Winner Poem ; Lucy McAdie

CASTLETOWN PRIMARY; Picture- Ella Herrick Poem- Michael Stone


An exhibition of the winners and all the entries will be on show at the County Show 21st July on; 'The Loch Of Mey Monster' stand, and there will be an opportunity to vote for your favourite work overall .The overall winner will have their work appear in the 3rd book in the 'Loch of Mey Monster' series!!

Also on show day there will be auditions for primary age children to take part in recording 'The Loch of Mey Monster' song !

That and......Storytelling and a chance to send a message to the monster.


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