End of our photo
Entries have continued to flood in to the Brian Logue Memorial Competition as the contest reaches its conclusion.
Today (Wednesday, December 9) is the closing date for the competition.
But don’t worry if you haven’t seen your picture yet. We’ll publish any last minute entries in next week’s paper before announcing the winners the week after.
The competition honours Reformer photographer, Brian Logue, who sadly passed away on Boxing Day, 2013 after a short illness.
Brian was a much loved colleague and was a familiar face across the Rutherglen and Cambuslang area during his time with the paper.
He first worked for the Reformer in the 1970’s before returning in 2007.
His family have very kindly agreed once again to judge the competition.
The winner will receive £75 courtesy of Media Scotland as well as the magnificent Brian Logue Memorial trophy.
Media Scotland have also kindly put up £50 for second place and £25 for third place while Tesco Burnside have £25 vouchers for two other lucky entrants.
The competition has been open to anyone of school age in Rutherglen, Cambuslang, Toryglen, Croftfoot, King’s Park or Castlemilk, or anyone who attends school in the area.
Among the entries we’re featuring this week is one from seven-year-old Brianie Kane of St Bride’s Primary who snapped a Christmas decoration they
Dog tired This snap of a beloved pet eager to go on the family holiday came in from Devon O’Kane, a primary six pupil at Spittal Primary school