Carn­broe Pri­mary raise cash at a ghostly walk

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Coat­bridge young­sters had a spook­tac­u­larly fun time at their re­cent fundrais­ing event.

Ghostly ghouls and mon­strously at­tired pupils and their par­ents took part in this year’s Carn­broe Pri­mary School’s‘spooky walk’, which saw kids of all ages and adults leave the school’s Kirk­ton Cres­cent cam­pus to walk around the Mon­k­lands Canal route.

Both chil­dren and adults with painted faces donned a colour­ful ar­ray of cos­tumes for the Hal­loween themed event to raise much-needed funds.

Carn­broe Pri­mary’s par­ent coun­cil chair­per­son Deb­bie Shaw en­thused: “The event was well at­tended and we hope to top the amount of £1300 - which was raised from last year’s spon­sored walk.”

The money raised from last year’s event was used by the school to pur­chase two out­door learn­ing play huts, as well as en­ter­tain­ment for the chil­dren, a te­pee, and a free com­mu­nity sum­mer fun day or­gan­ised by mem­bers of the par­ent coun­cil.

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First Hal­lowe’en Amelia May Rud­dick

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