| Four Wallace Hall Academy S6 pupils have recently completed a creative project as part of the spring programme on "Reading Dr Grierson's Library" in partnership with CAMPLE LINE.
Eleanor McKie, Emily Kennedy, Freya Donald and Eryn Robertson have worked closely with Tina Fiske from CAMPLE LINE to develop a creative installation inspired by the narrative of one of the books held in the library of Dr Grierson's Museum in Thornhill.
The profile of the project received national recognition on Friday, May 24 when Fiona Hyslop, Minister for Culture at the Scottish Government, visited CAMPLE LINE to learn more about the exhibition's programme and meet CAMPLE LINE staff and partners.
The forthcoming summer project at CAMPLE LINE, from July 13 to September 14, will focus on "Reading Dr Grierson's Library", book two - a dictionary of daily blunders which contains a collection of mistakes often made in speaking and writing.
Anne Marie Wood, PEF project officer and organiser of the link between Wallace Hall and CAMPLE LINE, said: "I was thrilled the girls and key members of staff from Wallace Hall were invited down to meet Fiona Hyslop."
Cample Line Project Wallace Hall Academy S6 pupils Eleanor, Emily, Freya and Eryn have been working on a year-long project "Reading Dr Grierson's Library" in partnership with Cample Line.
They will then develop creative projects based on those books which will become part of the programme at Cample Line.
The installation will be on display at Cample Line until May 25, 2019.