Spean Bridge youngsters hold first fun night fundraiser since Covid

A tray of delicious chocolate creations was of great interest to, from left, Ava Condon, Emily Rowantree and Mia MacDonald. Photograph: Iain Ferguson, alba.photos NO F22 Spean Fun night 03
A tray of delicious chocolate creations was of great interest to, from left, Ava Condon, Emily Rowantree and Mia MacDonald. Photograph: Iain Ferguson, alba.photos NO F22 Spean Fun night 03

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Spean Bridge Primary School pupils were more than happy to spend an evening back at school last week with the return of their first fundraising fun night since Covid curtailed all such activities.

In the playground, many of the youngsters enjoyed being thrown around on the mechanical bull or climbing the steps into the cabin of a Ferguson Transport truck. Flame grilled burgers were on the menu, before a move indoors.

Bouncy castles filled the assembly hall while chocolate, marshmallow and fruit kebabs were served in the kitchen.

Hundreds of people did just what it said on the poster and had a fun night, which raised almost £2,000 towards the cost of an outdoor classroom.

 

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A tray of delicious chocolate creations was of great interest to, from left, Ava Condon, Emily Rowantree and Mia MacDonald. Photograph: Iain Ferguson, alba.photos NO F22 Spean Fun night 03

 

Extra pics:

A soft landing and a big laugh after being thrown by the mechanical bull. Photograph: Iain Ferguson, alba.photos NO F22 Spean Fun night 01

 

Holley Vallely and her brother Ailean discovered that trucks are really high when they climbed into the drivers’ seat of a Ferguson Transport lorry. Photograph: Iain Ferguson, alba.photosNO F22 Spean Fun night 02

 

Ava MacLennan had a stall offering to take ‘the perfect picture’ for a small donation. Photograph: Iain Ferguson, alba.photos NO F22 Spean Fun night 04

 

Flame grilled burgers from ‘chef’ Bruno Berrardelli were a popular attraction. Photograph: Iain Ferguson, alba.photos NO F22 Spean Fun night 05

Freya MacDonald and Anna Rowantree met people at the door and asked them to name the bear. Photograph: Iain Ferguson, alba.photos NO F22 Spean Fun night 06

Isabella Smith concentrates or getting her temporary tattoo. Photograph: Iain Ferguson, alba.photos NO F22 Spean Fun night 07