Design to the fore

6th July 2007 at 01:00
Young people in Angus are using the return of the British Open golf championship to Carnoustie to showcase their enterprising skills.

They designed postcards and carrier bags on the theme What Angus Means to Me. The best will be used to promote Angus and have been produced by professionals to coincide with the Open, which takes place from July 19-22.

A small exhibition was held last month at the Carnoustie Golf Hotel, allowing the pupils to see the finished products for the first time.

The postcards and carrier bags will be available free of charge throughout Tayside during the summer.

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