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Pupils at Mulbuie and Ferintosh get creative to deal Christmas boost to less fortunate children


By Federica Stefani

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Ferintosh pupils show off their handiwork.
Ferintosh pupils show off their handiwork.

PUPILS from two Ross-shire schools have put on their creative hat to help less fortunate kids.

Students from Mulbuie primary schools have created a school recipe book to help raise vital funds the MFR Cash for Kids Mission Christmas appeal, and the pupils from Ferintosh Primary have produced calendars to sell among the local community.

The recipe book was put together thanks to entries from staff, parents and from the children themselves.

Acting head teacher, Sarah Bisland, said: "The kids really enjoyed taking part to this. The recipes are from our local community so it was a real joint effort.

"The initiative went so well it has been hard to keep up with orders! We sold around 90 cook books and 20 calendars."

This is the first year that the students take part to the initiative, and more donations will be added with donations coming from the Christmas Jumper day.

Mulbuie also got in on the big-hearted act.
Mulbuie also got in on the big-hearted act.

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