Young people in Moray still sought to give their ‘Dynamic Vision’

Young people in Moray with an interest in film and photography are being reminded that entries for a ‘Dynamic Visions’ competition will close later this month.

Dynamic Visions, part of a growing community in Moray supported by The Celtic Tree, have teamed up with Asda Elgin, MFR’s ‘Cash for Kids’ and a group of young people at Milne’s High School.

Young people of secondary and primary school age have been asked to submit their own moving or still images that demonstrates their interpretation of ‘Natural Scotland’ and what it means to them.

Winning entries will receive prizes from the sponsors and have their work showcased at a variety of public venues throughout Moray.

Dynamic Visions spokeswoman is Michelle Gillibrand, who said: “We have already had some excellent ideas for the competition but there is still time for anyone to come forward with their entries.

“The forthcoming school term break would be an excellent time to work on ideas and still have entries submitted before the closing date on Thursday, October 24.”

Further details of the competition and entry forms can be found on the Dynamic Visions Facebook page.

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