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