Lundavara pupils raise cash for butterfly flower bed

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Karen Dean, left, and Cathy Day of Fort William Town Team accept a cheque for £140.62 from Dylan MacMaster, Lucy MacCormick and Tanisha Sanger on behalf of their p1/2 classmates at Lundavra Primary School.

The money was raised at a community cafe organised by the pupils and will be used to replant the butterfly shaped flower bed on Lundavra Road, which is maintained by the school under guidance from the Town Team.

Karen Dean and Cathy Day of Fort William Town Team with Dylan MacMaster, Lucy MacCormick and Tanisha Sanger of Lundavra Primary School. Photograph: Iain Ferguson, alba.photos

Also pictured are pupils of class six at Lundavra Primary School planting Begonias in the butterfly garden near the school.