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South Lodge Primary Halloween dress-up day to benefit Blythswood Shoe Box Appeal


By Hector MacKenzie

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A CHARITY based in Ross-shire will be given a boost by a Halloween dress-up day at a local school this week.

With traditional door-to-door guising discouraged this year because of coronavirus restrictions, a number of schools and wider communities are finding different ways to enjoy Halloween.

South Lodge Primary in Invergordon is planning a dress-up day on Friday for those wishing to take part,

It is asking for a £1 donation to benefit its Blythswood Christmas Shoe Box Appeal.

The school said: "We are still going to go ahead with this wonderful charity project though we will need to scale it down from other years due to Covid restrictions."

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