Cash for Kids shoot

Berwick photographer Sarah-Anne Jamieson has helped out Radio Borders' Cash for Kids appeal.

Sunday, 20th March 2016, 07:00 am
Updated Wednesday, 16th March 2016, 09:28 am
Berwick photographer Sarah-Anne Jamieson was commissioned by Radio Borders to photograph various models wearing a pretty cashmere scarf, with all proceeds going to Cash for Kids.

She was commissioned to photograph models wearing a pretty cashmere scarf at Abbotsford House.

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Sarah said: “I was intrigued by why the radio station was promoting scarves for Valentine’s and Mother’s Day so when I heard that Sinclair Duncan had been making limited editions, designed by a local school girl and that all the profits were going to Cash for Kids, I was very keen to be involved.”

Sinclair Duncan asked 70 schools in the Scottish Borders to enter a competition to design a scarf. It was won by Eve McKenzie, nine, from Selkirk.

Debbie Paterson, of Sinclair Duncan, said: “The entries were of such a high standard, but there was one that stood out for all of us. The careful choice of colour and contemporary design shows a talent beyond her years.”