A look at Kirrie through the lens

EARLIER this year, Angus Council’s Local Community Planning Team (LCPT) and Community Learning & Development Service worked with the Pupil Council at Webster’s High School in Kirriemuir to organise a photographic competition.

Entrants were asked to take photographs of what they thought was “The Good, The Bad and The Ugly” of Kirriemuir and write a couple of lines explaining their photograph and what it meant to them.

A wide variety of entrants was submitted and the competition was judged in April by Graeme Dey MSP, Louise Kerr of Hamilton Kerr Photography and Maureen Crosbie of Gallus Glass.

The top three entrants will soon receive a framed copy of their entry, with the winner also receiving a trophy in recognition of their success.

The LCPT are now going to use the photographs as part of a wider consultation with Kirriemarians.

Local people will have the opportunity to look at the photographs over the weekend of Friday and Saturday, June 15 and 16.

If the weather is kind, the LCPT will set up a gazebo in the town centre beside the Peter Pan statue from 10 am to 4 pm on the Friday and 10 am to 1 pm on the Saturday.

If the weather is against them then the LCPT will set up in the Town Hall.

Pop along and see the photos and what young people think about living in Kirriemuir.

You can also tell the LCPT what you think about the future of Kirriemuir.

If you would like more information at this time, you can contact the LCPT at KirriemuirDeanLCPT@angus.gov.uk or call 01307 474788.