Creative quartet snap up prizes

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ART was at the heart of a creative project to highlight the autumnal beauty of a Scarborough nature attraction.

The Dell, in Eastfield, was the focus of an art and photography competition, which encouraged residents to put their minds at work and come up with imaginative images of The Dell, in Eastfield

Launched in a partnership between the Dell Nature Rangers and Eastfield Library, the scheme attracted scores of entries, with four categories including a range of fantastic pictures.

Daniel Snowden won first prize in the eight to 12-years-old category, with Cheryl Snowden winning the 13-18 years-old category.

In the over 18 section, Brenda Wood scooped the first prize, with Ronald Wood coming second, with all four picking up Waterstone’s book tokens for their efforts.

Dell Ranger David Spencer and Community Information Officer Catherine Rooney presented the prizes and Mr Spencer said he was delighted with the success of the competition.

He added: “We were impressed by the standard of entries, people really got into the spirit of the competition and entered some great designs and photos.”