Three big voices win prizes

Patrick Innes, Katie Barnard  and Emily-Rose Lappin
Patrick Innes, Katie Barnard and Emily-Rose Lappin

Last Thursday saw the Rotary Club of Kirkcudbright conduct their annual Junior Youth Speaks competition.

Chloe Briggs from Twynholm spoke on the Woolly Spider Monkey, Lewis Grant from Kirkcudbright on Minecraft, along with Mark Richardson on Downs Syndrome.

However the judges Andy McMinn, Mary Tebay and Rotary President Anne Halliday selected Patrick Innes, Gatehouse for Most Promising talking about Golf; winner Katie Barnard of Kirkcudbright on Wolves and Emily-Rose Lappin from Twynholm, runner up, on Aye-Aye.

Rotarian John Frew was the master of ceremonies.