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had made.

Bri­anie said: “I made my snow­man when I was at my youth club on Sun­day. It is made out of socks and a roll of tis­sue pa­per.

“I had fun making this. I took pic­tures of this and my Christ­mas card I made at school but I liked the pic­ture of the snow­man on his own be­cause you can see his face bet­ter. I am go­ing to put this pic­ture in a frame and put it up when we dec­o­rate our house for Santa com­ing.”

And Ewan Bell (9) from West Coats Pri­mary, took a snap of Cam­bus­lang Park’s foot­ball pitches while out on a school trip.

He named his pic­ture ‘Open Goal’ and said: “I like this pic­ture be­cause it has good colours, shows the park which is a great place to play and has foot­ball goals. Foot­ball is one of my favourite sports.”

Last year the top prize was claimed by 10-year-old Robin Ashcroft from Castlemilk with a pic­ture that showed her and her pals making a star shape with their fin­gers.

Weather the storm This is the sec­ond en­try from Ella John­ston-Noel called ‘The Sun­set Cock­erel’. She said: “This was a photo taken of my neigh­bours weather vane cock­erel on top of their house”

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