A lesson in growth for Inverlochy pupils

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Inverlochy Primary School pupils braved the rain to do their bit for the environment by planting trees around Lochaber Rural Education Trust’s An Clachan base at Torlundy.

A total of 49 seedling trees, including beech, oak and birch, were provided by the trust. The primary six pupils children carefully planted the seedlings and hope to visit them as they grow over the years.

All the youngsters were excited about planting the trees and revisiting the trust where as members of primary three they had taken part in the ‘Seed to Supper’ project, growing and tending their own vegetables, which they then cooked and served up to friends and family. Photograph: Iain Ferguson, alba.photos.

Photograph (NO_F48_INVERLOCHY PRIMARY TREE PLANTING 01): Inverlochy Primary School tree planters.