Runner-up prize for Mearns Academy’s Abigail

20151110- Gordon Memorial Drawing Prize'On October 3rd at Haddo House near Ellon His Royal Highness Prince Edward opened the Haddo Arts Festival. He praised the efforts of all those who set up and produced such a spectacular event. He also presented the first David and June Gordon Memorial Drawing Prize for schools in the NE of Scotland. First prize was won by Abigail Paterson of Kemnay Academy. 'Mearns Academy S.2 pupil Lauren Baker was runner-up in the competition and is pictured with David and June Gordon Memorial Trust chairman Ian Parkinson and trustee Lady Aberdeen who visited the school to present Lauren with her prize a lovely art set. ''Copyright Andy Thompson Photography / ATIMAGES''No use without payment.
20151110- Gordon Memorial Drawing Prize'On October 3rd at Haddo House near Ellon His Royal Highness Prince Edward opened the Haddo Arts Festival. He praised the efforts of all those who set up and produced such a spectacular event. He also presented the first David and June Gordon Memorial Drawing Prize for schools in the NE of Scotland. First prize was won by Abigail Paterson of Kemnay Academy. 'Mearns Academy S.2 pupil Lauren Baker was runner-up in the competition and is pictured with David and June Gordon Memorial Trust chairman Ian Parkinson and trustee Lady Aberdeen who visited the school to present Lauren with her prize a lovely art set. ''Copyright Andy Thompson Photography / ATIMAGES''No use without payment.

Last month at Haddo House near Ellon His Royal Highness Prince Edward opened the Haddo Arts Festival.

He presented the first David and June Gordon Memorial Drawing Prize for schools in the NE of Scotland. First prize was won by Abigail Paterson of Kemnay Academy. Mearns Academy S2 pupil Lauren Baker was runner-up in the competition and is pictured with her art work.