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A number of staff retired from St Columba’s School in Caol recently.

After considerable amount of service to the pupils at both the now demolished Lochyside and the new school Head Teacher Violet Smith after 42 years, left, Pupil Support Assistant, Abigail Weinberg with 15 years and Kitchen Supervisor, Katherine -Ann Munro with 24 years all stepped down from their posts this summer.

However, although she is retiring, Miss Smith will temporarily stay on until and new head teacher is appointed.

Photograph Iain Ferguson, alba.photos.