In one of the longest running events of its kind which still exists in the area, Lydia Hutchinson will be crowned the 54th Cumbrae Queen at a special reception at the Garrison on Sunday.
It is a 2pm crowing ceremony - and co-incides with the classic car show which also takes place in the Garrison grounds on the same day.
If the weather is nice, the crowning ceremony will take place in the Garrison gardens, but should there be rain it will be moved inside the regal setting of the Garrison building.
The official crowning will be carried out by retired island butcher David Cameron who has been a strong supporter of the Cumbrae Queen over the years.
Lydia is the only girl in her class at Cumbrae Primary School and has therefore automatically became this year’s Cumbrae Queen.

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