So mel­low in yel­low!

Young­sters do char­ity walk

Rutherglen Reformer - - News - Kenny Smith

Pupils from Ruther­glen and Cam­bus­lang pri­mary schools were wear­ing it yel­low last week.

Ev­ery year, thou­sands of pri­mary seven pupils, and their teach­ers, don some­thing yel­low and walk 6k round Strath­clyde Park to raise money for pa­tient care at the St An­drew’s Hospice.

Pupils from St Mark’s, St Cadoc’s and St Charles’ Pri­mary Schools took part in the event at the park last Wed­nes­day, which had a great at­mos­phere as it brought to­gether the young peo­ple of La­nark­shire for a great cause. Upon ar­rival at the park each pupil re­ceived a com­mem­o­ra­tive ‘ Wear Yel­low Walk’ hat which was worn by all at­tend­ing and cre­ated a mag­nif­i­cent sight – a sea of yel­low.

On com­ple­tion of the walk, pupils gath­ered in the con­course area to sing and dance to the fun en­ter­tain­ment pro­vided.

Mak­ing their mark

Pri­mary sev­ens from St Mark’s Pri­mary in Strath­clyde Park

Smiles in the sun St Cadoc’s Pri­mary pupils and staff

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