Sculp­ture prizes on of­fer

Evening Telegraph (Late Extra Edition) - - UK WORLD TODAY -

THE Friends Of The Wil­liam Lamb Stu­dio group has an­nounced that ap­pli­ca­tions are closed for its an­nual chil­dren’s sculp­ture com­pe­ti­tion.

It looks like it will be the largest en­try ever.

On Satur­day chil­dren from the six Mon­trose pri­mary schools and Mon­trose Academy will gather to see who can pro­duce the most in­ter­est­ing clay sculp­ture on the day.

They will be given clay and an hour to cre­ate their piece.

Many will be mod­el­ling in clay for the first time.

Prizes will be of­fered to the top three en­tries in three age groups, and the over­all win­ner will also be awarded the spe­cial Lamb Medal.

A spokesman for the friends group said: “We have been hold­ing the Lamb Chil­dren’s Sculp­ture com­pe­ti­tion for 37 years now.

“The stan­dard of last year’s en­tries was ex­cep­tion­ally high, but we are ex­pect­ing this to be an­other in­spi­ra­tional and fun day.”

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