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Rachel eyes writing award

All the award winers; Sophie McDonald (Midlothian Prose primary Section), Erin Munro (Midlothian Poetry Secondary Section), Janna Smith (East Lothian Poetry Secondary Section), Charlotte Smith (East Lothian Prose Secondary Section), Carly Howarth (Midlothian Poetry Primary Section), Lauren Thompson (East Lothian Poetry Primary Section) with Rachel Fergusson (Midlothian Prose Secondary Section & Overall Secondary Winner) and Fern Anderson (East Lothian Prose Primary Section & Overall Primary Winner).

All the award winers; Sophie McDonald (Midlothian Prose primary Section), Erin Munro (Midlothian Poetry Secondary Section), Janna Smith (East Lothian Poetry Secondary Section), Charlotte Smith (East Lothian Prose Secondary Section), Carly Howarth (Midlothian Poetry Primary Section), Lauren Thompson (East Lothian Poetry Primary Section) with Rachel Fergusson (Midlothian Prose Secondary Section & Overall Secondary Winner) and Fern Anderson (East Lothian Prose Primary Section & Overall Primary Winner).

A top writing award has been won by Dalkeith teenager Rachel Fergusson for her work “Life in my eyes”.

Rachel’s essay took the Young Writer of the Year award for Secondary Schools at the annual writing contest open to all youngsters in Mid and East Lothian.

Other Midlothian winners included primary prose, Sophie McDonald, Cornbank Primary – It’s a Dog’s Life; primary poetry, Carly Howarth, Woodburn Primary – Being Blind; secondary poetry, Erin Munro Dalkeith High – Defeat the Label. Pictured are the Mid and East Lothian winners with Rachel Fergusson (front row, second left), Sophie McDonald (front row, first left) and Carly Howarth (second right).

 

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