Pupils from across the Angus are invited to enter the 2022 Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) Schools Art Competition.  Open to all pupils, the brief is to:

'Create a piece of Art illustrating a species of Game or Wildlife from the British Isles, in its natural habitat

Art work can be of any medium, imagination is encouraged. 

The art work will be judged in late October in preparation for the prize giving event which will be hosted at Findgask Castle on 4th December 2022.  

Winning artists and their parents/guardians will be invited to a day of celelbration including art workshops, gun dog handling demonstrations, falconry displays and cooking demonstrations.  Of course lunch will be included and there will be many prizes given out on the day including further art workshops, trophies, farm tours, estate visits, art materials, books and vouchers.

Nathan Ramsey from Friockheim Primary won the overall Primary schools’ prize with his image of a hare.  While Kayla Porter from Carnoustie Academy won the Secondary schools’ competition with her picture of a pheasant.

Nathan R P5 Friockheim

Kayla P S6 Carnoustie



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