Com­mu­nity cen­tre’s spooky af­ter­noon

Campbeltown Courier - - LEISURE -

CAMP­BEL­TOWN Gram­mar school’s scary S3 pupils spent a spooky af­ter­noon run­ning a Hal­lowe’en fancy dress party.

Raise money

The re­cent en­ter­prise project event, to raise money for soft play equip­ment at Camp­bel­town Com­mu­nity Ed­u­ca­tion Cen­tre, was all part of their Prince’s Trust achieve class.

Skye Ma­cLean, 13, dished out blood punch made with the fol­low­ing recipe: three cups of cran­berry juice, 1½ cups of ap­ple juice, 1½ cups of grape juice, two cups of caf­feine-free cola and one cup of liq­uidised frozen straw­ber­ries.

Ar­gyll and Bute youth ser­vices com­mu­nity learn­ing and de­vel­op­ment worker Dawn Park co­or­di­nated ac­tiv­i­ties.


Adelle McGeachy was cel­e­brat­ing her eighth birth­day with sis­ter Jes­sica, 4.


Lion King Evan Downie, 1½ roars with Shan­non Mil­loy.


Sailor Kian Green, seven months, with dad Si­mon Green and mum Kelsey Brown.


Cait­lyn Mckin­lay, 14, holds Hal­lowe’en cakes.


Zom­bie cow­boy Ivana Mati, 8, witch Cerys McTag­gart, 6 and cat Er­rin Green, 10.


Vam­pire Lana­mai Camp­bell, 5, and Eilidh Bell.


Skye Ma­cLean, 13, ladling out her blood punch.


Fire­man Den­ver McS­por­ran, 3, with Dawn Park.


Left: Dawn Park with marsh­mal­low­filled skeleton gloves.


S3 pupil Mathew La­mont, 14, sold hot­dogs.

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