Ganavan pals get creative for Blue Peter challenges

Eilidh Rose Lawson received her Blue Peter badge in recognition of her artwork.

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A group of friends from Ganavan have been getting creative during lockdown and have been rewarded with a much coveted Blue Peter Badge.

Stephen sisters Lydia-Rose, six, and Amelia-Grace, eight, were awarded their badges for creating a recipe book for children who celebrate their birthdays during lockdown, while Eilidh Rose Lawson, nine, received one on the same day for drawing a beautiful picture of the view from her house.

All three girls are regular watchers of the long running BBC programme and were delighted when their badges arrived.