Kinlochleven youngsters all smiles after Easter gifts

Some of the youngsters with their Easter gifts. NO F14 Kinlochleven Primary knitting event
Some of the youngsters with their Easter gifts. NO F14 Kinlochleven Primary knitting event

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Every child in Kinlochleven’s nursery has been treated to an Easter present.

The ladies from Knit and Natter made every youngster an Easter chick, while the village Co-op gave everyone an Easter egg.

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One of the Easter chicks made by the ladies of Kinlochleven’s Knit and Natter group.

‘The staff and children at Kinlochleven Primary School are extremely grateful and send a huge thank you to everyone involved. This was a lovely thought that brought huge smiles to every child at the school,’ Depute Head Teacher Loren Crowley told the Lochaber Times.

CAPTION: Some of the youngsters with their Easter gifts. NO F14 Kinlochleven Primary knitting event

 

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