Get focussed on Fraserburgh

The view of the new housing development and coastal path from Broadsea to Kinnaird Head
The view of the new housing development and coastal path from Broadsea to Kinnaird Head

There is still time for budding photographers in the Broch to take part in the exhibition to mark a milestone in the town’s regeneration and have their work displayed.

The organisations involved in the Fraserburgh Masterplan regeneration project, want to celebrate the achievements with the local community.

To mark the end of phase one of the plan, they want pictures of the new developments in Fraserburgh taken through local lenses to sit alongside images of the town prior to the regeneration work taken by local young people.

All of the photos will form part of a visual presentation on aspects of the project at the Museum of Scottish Lighthouses taking place over the weekend of June 25-27, when the museum and the Fraserburgh Heritage Centre are both being sponsored to allow free entry.

It is hoped this will help ensure everyone has an opportunity to visit the exhibition as well as enjoy the great attractions on their doorstep. The closing date for entries is Monday, June 20 however due to time and space constraints, only digital photos can be accepted.

Fraserburgh Development Trust has agreed to look after entries, which can be emailed to office@fraserburghdevelopmenttrust.org or on CD/DVD to their office at 58a High Street.