Talented artists’ work recognised

Rebecca Stevens, Chloe Gallagher, Nicole Zaremba, Holly Cocker, Adam Warwick
Rebecca Stevens, Chloe Gallagher, Nicole Zaremba, Holly Cocker, Adam Warwick
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Youngsters from the Ribble Valley have been showing off their artistic skills.

A total of 67 entries were submitted for the Clitheroe Rotary Young Artist Competition based on the theme of “a different perspective”.

In the senior section, Nicole Zaremba was crowned the winner, while second place was awarded to Rebecca Stevens and third place went to Chloe Gallagher. The trio of talented girls attend St Augustine’s RC High School. In the intermediate section, the winner was Holly Cocker, second was Adam Warwick (both from St Augustine’s) and third place went to Panithra Suresh, who attends Clitheroe Royal Grammar School.

In the junior section the winner was Isobel Sant from Whalley Primary School, while second place was scooped by Daniel O’Hagan, from Barrow Primary School and third place went to Elissa Walton, from Whalley Primary. Rotarian, Martin Hill, who organised the event was impressed by the varied interpretations of all the entries.