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Tain pupils set out stall for Christmas Craft Fair; Easter Ross event to benefit Highland Hospice


By Hector MacKenzie

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Tain Royal Academy's leadership group has set the scene for the event. They are taking part in a challenge to support Highlnd Hospice.
Tain Royal Academy's leadership group has set the scene for the event. They are taking part in a challenge to support Highlnd Hospice.

A GROUP of Tain Royal Academy pupils has extended an invitation to parents and well-wishers to attend this weekend’s Christmas craft fair to support a cause close to many hearts.

They have accepted the Young Highland Apprentice Challenge to help raise funds for Highland Hospice. The fair, running from 10am until 2pm at the school on Saturday, will feature a variety of stalls, crafts, refreshments and live music. Pupils have helped organise stalls.

Profits will go to the hospice.


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