Coffee morning tribute to Girvan teacher Agnes
Girvan Primary dedicated their Macmillan coffee morning last month in honour of their long- serving teacher.
Agnes Dungavel taught at the school for 29 years but sadly lost her battle with cancer earlier this year.
And the event, run by P6 youngsters, not only remembered Agnes for her funloving character but also coined in hundreds for a good cause.
Depute head Andrew Hislop said: “We raised an amazing £ 1085.02 thanks to the large turnout and generous donations made by everyone who attended.
“It was a beautiful sunny morning in Girvan and it was our busiest coffee morning to date.
“It was actually a lovely morning all round with a real friendly atmosphere, and our P6 pupils and their teachers did a great job of organising things and helping them run smoothly.
“I’d like to say a massive thanks to Catherine Noble from our school office, and Kerry Bell and her helpers from the parent council, for making the whole event possible.
“A huge thanks also must go to Nestle Girvan for the coffee, Morag Kelman and Kerry Bell for home baking, the catering staff for their help, and Wigtown Rangers Football Supporters Club for their generous donation towards the event.
“A final thanks to Agnes’ family for their support and attendance on a day which I hope will serve as a positive and fond memory.
“As well as all the friends and families of Girvan Primary and Nursery for supporting the event.”
Family Pictured from left are Agnes’ sister Janice, nephew Christopher with his wife Karen and their baby Max
Remembered Agnes Dungavel