The Wishaw Press have kicked off a fantastic new feature to find our readers’digital picture of the week.
We have teamed up with Morrisons in Kirk Road who will provide a FREE family meal for four (two adults and two children) at their cafe for every readers’digital picture of the week that we print in our newspaper.
It can be photograph, selfie or image that you or your children have taken on a digital camera, iPad, or smartphone.
We are looking for either a picture that you have taken in the Wishaw area or perhaps a selfie of your family while you were on holiday at home or abroad, or children’s drawing on an iPad.
We would also like pictures of your special occasions, such as wedding anniversaries, children’s birthday parties, retirements dos, family celebrations, party pictures, club or group pictures, or any other big day or charity event.
All you have do is send your picture to us at news@ wishawpress.co.uk or contact us through our Facebook and Twitter pages.
Please make sure you include your name, address and contact details and information about your picture.
Wishaw lass Holly MacLean was crowned Miss Teen North Lanarkshire. She is now on her way to the finals of the prestigious modelling contest. Our readers were quick to congratulate the Clyde Valley High School pupil.
Fabulous achievement Holly. Congratulations and good luck. Linda Lowdon Well done Holly. Lovely to hear of former OPS pupils doing so well! Jan Hamilton Congratulations Holly. It’s so good to hear of your achievement. Margaret Chalmers
Gold-star student Ross Megahy has won a place at the prestigious EuroSkills competition in Budapest. The Wishaw youngster will showcase his elite skills in front of 80,000 spectators, European policy makers and industry leaders at the event next September.
Fantastic Ross! Incredibly proud of you - well done and good luck! Lesley-Anne Cimmino Good luck Ross. I’m sure you will do well. Aileen Barrie Ross congratulations. I’m delighted for you! Joyce Halliburton
All calm This picture was sent in by Brian Hughes, from Wishaw, of the island of Gigha in Argyll