Corrie’s Capers competition

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The winners of the annual Corrie’s Capers Art competition have been announced after dozens of entries were received from all over the UK. The competition is a popular addition to the series of books about Corrie the dog, which are based on Arran and beyond. It has also been a welcome distraction for children during the lockdown. Pictured is Eva Curley, seven, from Corriegills with her drawing of Corrie at Glen Rosa which was one of two entries highly commended by the judge.