Youngsters make their mark

The winners of a bookmark competition held over the summer by the Library Services team at Scottish Borders Council with Norman Given, Senior Library Assistant, who presented them with a framed copy of their own bookmark, along with a full set of all the designs.' He said: 'The standard of entries was very high and shows the range of talent and creativity amongst our young library members, and I was delighted to be asked to present the prizes today. The winning bookmarks will be printed and made available in all the region's libraries, giving library members the opportunity collect a different one with each visit.'' 'Councillor Vicky Davidson, SBC's Executive Member for Culture, Sport, Youth and Communities added: 'There are many reasons for people to visit their local library; as well as being able to borrow from a wide selection of books, audiobooks and DVDs, members can download eAudiobooks, get free internet access or learn how to use a computer with one of our courses.' ''Being able to pick up one of the
The winners of a bookmark competition held over the summer by the Library Services team at Scottish Borders Council with Norman Given, Senior Library Assistant, who presented them with a framed copy of their own bookmark, along with a full set of all the designs.' He said: 'The standard of entries was very high and shows the range of talent and creativity amongst our young library members, and I was delighted to be asked to present the prizes today. The winning bookmarks will be printed and made available in all the region's libraries, giving library members the opportunity collect a different one with each visit.'' 'Councillor Vicky Davidson, SBC's Executive Member for Culture, Sport, Youth and Communities added: 'There are many reasons for people to visit their local library; as well as being able to borrow from a wide selection of books, audiobooks and DVDs, members can download eAudiobooks, get free internet access or learn how to use a computer with one of our courses.' ''Being able to pick up one of the

The winners of a bookmark competition held over the summer by Scottish Borders Council Library Services team receive their prizes from Norman Given, senior library assistant. He said: “The standard of entries was very high and shows the range of talent and creativity amongst our young library members.”

The winning bookmarks will be available in libraries.