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Tarradale Primary School pupils in Muir of Ord helped with outdoor area revamp thanks to grass seed donation from Harbro County Stores


By Hector MacKenzie

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Tracy Sinclair, head teacher and Shona Mitchell, depute head, from Tarradale Primary School, with bags of grass seed, donated by Harbro Country Stores Inverness. They are being handed over by DianeStuart and Sarah Clingan from the store.
Tracy Sinclair, head teacher and Shona Mitchell, depute head, from Tarradale Primary School, with bags of grass seed, donated by Harbro Country Stores Inverness. They are being handed over by DianeStuart and Sarah Clingan from the store.

PUPILS at a Ross-shire primary school are all set to grow for it after a gift that provide a boost to their outdoor play areas.

Tarradale Primary has been gifted grass seed to give a revamp of outdoor spaces which have become neglected during the lockdown period.

Harbro County Stores in Inverness handed over bags of grass seed to the Muir of Ord school to help with the task at hand.

Headteacher at Tarradale Primary, Tracy Sinclair, said: “Our outdoor spaces were looking a bit sad and neglected after the winter lockdown. We are so grateful to Harbro for donating this grass seed to the school – it is a wonderful gesture and will help support our young people enjoy and learn on our outdoor spaces.”

Retail director at Harbro Country Stores, Allan Bain said: “Children have found this last year so challenging with not being able to attend school, or meet up and play with their friends. Harbro are delighted to donate enough Sportspitch grass seed to reseed all the damaged grass areas at Tarradale Primary so the pupils can enjoy playtime with their friends.”

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