2018 Date

Saturday 2nd September 2018.

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2017 Entry

Adults: £6.00

Under 16s: £2.00

Under 5: Free

2017 Prizes

1st £500
2nd £350
3rd £200
Best New Entrant £150
People’s Choice £150

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2011 Results

1st Iain Chalmers - Scotland
2nd Daniel Cordell - England
3rd Brett Mclean - USA
Best new entrant Jordan Anderson - USA
People's Choice Ian Chalmers - Scotland

Iain Chalmers

Winner Iain Chalmers. View media resolution version.

Carving champ Iain Chalmers has won the Carve Carrbridge competition for the second time in a row with his 'Taste of Scotland' carving - a Scottish totem pole featuring a Scottish terrier, salmon and thistles, crowned with a highland cow . Commenting on his win Iain said "last year the logs were long and narrow so I thought to do a tall carving. I tried to make a Scottish totem pole and put in as many separate carvings as possible into it."

Iain explained that he had been drawing the carving for the last few days but still had to make significant changes to the design. "I had to think on my feet" he said. Iain also took the People's Choice prize where the audience votes for their favourite carving.

 Daniel Cordell from England with 'Highland Takeaway'

2nd Daniel Cordell from England

Second was Daniel Cordell from England with 'Highland Takeaway' a dynamic carving of an eagle swooping down on a fawn. Daniel who has been carving for 14 years said his carving was inspired by his love of Scottish wildlife. For those worried about the welfare of the young deer, Daniel joked that the fawn escapes the eagle's talons.

 Brett Mclean

3rd Brett Mclean from USA

In third place was USA competitor Brett Mclean with 'Frog on Thistle'.

Best new entrant Jordan Anderson - USA

Best new entrant Jordan Anderson - USA. View media resolution version.

Jordan Anderson of the USA won Best New Entrant with 'Kalin Warrior'.

The event was filmed by BBC Landward with presenter Euan McIlwraith having a go in the Quick Carve competition where carvers get just 30 minutes to create a carving.

Euan McIlwraith with winner Iain Chalmers

Euan McIlwraith with winner Iain Chalmers

The BBC Landward feature is to be broadcast on Friday 30 September.

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