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Ice cream treat lined up for Tarradale Primary pupils as Covid-19 forces cancellation of Easter celebrations

By Hector MacKenzie

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A ROSS-SHIRE primary forced to cancel its usual colourful Easter celebration has come up with an alternative treat as the term draws to a close.

Tarradale Primary School in Muir of Ord said that the Covid-19 crisis meant that the usual Easter bonnet, egg and church activities can't be helld as usual.

It said: "To make up for it, however, our wonderful parent council have organised for Mieles ice cream to come to the school this Thursday. Every child in the school will be able to select an ice cream.

"They are going to park at the Pavillion car park in the morning. Good news for all of you is that we should be finished around 2pm and they are going to stay for the community until around 4"30pm. Please share this for us. I don’t want anyone to miss out in such a treat for the last day of term.

"No money is needed. This is a lovely treat from parent council. How exciting. "

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