Fun and games at Rockfield Primary School

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Pupils at Oban Primary Campus came back after Easter to find that their playground had been transformed.

The children were very excited as new games had been created, brightening up the playground and encouraging everyone to join in and have fun.

The work was able to be completed due to the application for a grant to Tesco Bags of Help Funding, which was submitted by Lyndsay Elliott on behalf of Rockfield PTA and they were awarded the fantastic amount of £4,000 towards an upgrade of the playground.

The designs were chosen in conjunction with St Columba’s PTA.

A spokesperson for the school said: ‘We would like to thank Lyndsay for submitting the application, Tesco for the very generous award, Mitie for supporting the project and the PTA for their support in this venture.’