Lochaber High pupils wave the flag for animal charity

CONSCIOUSNESS FAIR Holly Gillibrand and Lilly Bloom at the ‘One Kind’ stall. Picture Iain Ferguson, alba.photos

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Among the various stands and presentations at this month’s Conscious Living Fair in Fort William was one promoting leading Scottish animal campaigns charity, One Kind.

It was hosted by Lochaber High School pupils, Holly Gillibrand, left, and Lily Bloom, in order to raise awareness of the organisation’s mountain hare campaign.

OneKind commented: ‘They collected tons of new signatures for the petition, fundraised and taught loads of new people about OneKind.

‘With such a small office team, our volunteers are so important to our work and we can’t thank these two ladies enough for dedicating their time to our cause.’