Pupils enjoy fire station visit in Kinlochleven

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Pupils from two Lochaber nursery schools enjoyed a visit to Kinlochleven fire station recently to learn all about a day in the life of a firefighter.

St Brides and Kinlochleven nursery children visited the fire station on Friday March 31 as part of their project about the skills required for different jobs.

The children were shown around the fire station, given a talk on the skills needed to become a firefighter and were allowed to sit in the fire engines.

They also tried on firefighter helmets and tried out the water hoses.
Kinlochleven head teacher Heather Thomson said: ‘We would like to thank the staff at Kinlochleven fire station.’