Banavie pupils put best foot forward for cancer support

NO F42 Banavie school walk

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Primary 6/7 pupils at Banavie Primary School walked to the CIC hut on Thursday to raise money for a worthwhile cause.

The class raised more than £2,400 for Macmillan Cancer Support after friends and family sponsored them through Justgiving.

‘A coffee morning is normally held, however, this year we had to be more creative so the class decided to go on a sponsored walk,’ said P6/7 teacher Clare Harley.

‘We are all very proud of this amazing fundraising and the effort the class made on their walk in heavy rain.’

NO F42 Banavie school walk