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Ms Roseanna Cunningham MSP was delighted to meet with a young constituent in Parliament. Jocelyn Paterson, a Primary 4 pupil at Kinross Primary School, was a winner in the Scarf School Calendar competition, and the picture she submitted graces the page in the calendar for the month of January.

Speaking after the awards event, Ms Cunningham said: 

“Scarf is an award-winning social enterprise based in Aberdeen and Dundee providing advice and support services to thousands of households across the North-east of Scotland on the subject of energy, fuel poverty and affordable warmth. 

“For the past 15 years they have been running a school calendar competition to encourage children to consider energy use in the home and to nurture a generation of energy-conscious individuals who will be the leaders and decision-makers of the future. 

“Out of all the entrants to the competition, only 13 designs could be selected to grace this year’s calendar.  I am delighted that one of my young constituents has been successful.  Many congratulations to Jocelyn for her success, I am sure that her family and her school are really proud of her.

“With Scottish Water partnering with Scarf to encourage children to save energy by using water wisely and to ensure the next generation values the water on which Scotland depends, it was appropriate that saving water was the theme of Jocelyn’s design.”

[LtoR]: John Swinney MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Eduction;  Jocelyn Paterson, Roseanna Cunningham MSP,
Thane Lawrie, Chief 
Executive of Scarf and Brian Lironi, Director of Corporate Affairs for Scottish Water. 


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