Tesco join forces to help us honour Brian
Vouchers on offer
The Reformer has teamed up with Tesco Burnside to give you even more chances to win in the Brian Logue photography competition.
Last year, the store offered two entrants £ 25 gift vouchers and they’ve repeated that gesture this year as well.
The Reformer staff will select the winners of the vouchers.
The overall winner, chosen by Brian’s family, will win £ 75 courtesy of Media Scotland as well as the magnificent Brian Logue Memorial trophy.
Second place will win £50 and third place £25, again courtesy of Media Scotland.
Karen Jarvie Community Champion at Tesco Burnside, said: “We are honoured to support a competition in memory of Brian Logue.
“Brian was a lovely person and I had the privilege of working with him at many local events.
“He was a professional and as a local man was very passionate about Rutherglen and Cambuslang in particular.
“I hope this competition encourages and inspires other up and coming local photographers.”
Reformer editor Douglas Dickie said: “Our thanks to Tesco for once again supporting the competition and helping to honour Brian’s legacy.
“Everyone still has until Wednesday, December 2 to enter, so get snapping.”
Brian, who had two spells as Reformer photographer, passed away on Boxing Day 2013.
The competition is open to anyone of school age in Rutherglen, Cambuslang, Toryglen, Croftfoot, King’s Park or Castlemilk, or anyone who attends school in the area.
Last year’s winner was 10-yearold Robin Ashcroft from Castlemilk with her snap of her friends making a star shape with their fingers.
Parklife This brilliant entry from Aiden Friel (12) was shot at Callander House and Park during the October break.
Honoured Brian, who had two spells as Reformer photographer, passed away on Boxing Day 2013