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Everyone was a winner in a frighteningly good Hallowe’en art competition run by Inveraray Community Council, with prizes donated by The Tipsy Laird.
Budding local artists were invited to submit their scariest drawings and paintings to be hung on the community hall fencing.
The standard was excellent and the official winners were Harry McColl Smith in first place, with Tereza in second and, winning the third prize, Daisy Mather. Joint fourth were Isla Robertson and Rian.
Community council convener Linda Divers said: ‘Well done to everyone. The Hallowe’en pictures were great.
‘A huge thanks to David and Cathie at the Tipsy Laird for donating all the prizes.’
She added: ‘Look out for the next competition at Christmas for your chance to win a fantastic prize.’