BID’s chief executive Andrew Spence and Oban ambassador Kay MacDonald had the difficult task of judging the entries.
The competition is open to all nursery/primary school age children that live in the area.
Katherine MacKenzie, of the family-run Taste of Argyll, is inviting young people to take part in a Christmas-theme cake competition, and a Christmas card advert competition.
The pumpkin carving competition was organised by the castle’s owners for pupils at James’ school nearby.
The competition to design a new yellow tartan for Duart Castle’s social distancing traffic lights system for visitors, received almost 150 entries
Young and adult carers got inspired by the Making Carers Visible theme for Carers Week 2020 and sent in entries to an online contest organised by North Argyll Carers Centre in Albany Street
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Fiuran Property’s children’s ‘Thank you NHS’ poster competition was hugely popular.