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Ullapool sea kids open a window on Wester Ross marine delights


By Hector MacKenzie

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Ullapool Sea Savers make sure their message gets across.
Ullapool Sea Savers make sure their message gets across.

PUPILS in Ullapool 'shore' know how to get their message across when it comes to raising awareness of sea life on their doorstep.

Ullapool Sea Savers are ambassadors for species and raise public awareness about the need to look after the marine environment which plays a key role locally.

Group members come from Ullapool and attend both the primary and secondary schools there.

Fresh window displays aim to make the village more interesting for locals and visitors alike.

Caillin Patterson's flame shell display is on the windows of Ullapool Community Trust.

Hamish Dingwall's porpoise display is on the Delic-Ca-Sea fish and chip shop.

Poppy Lewis-Ing's otter work is in the old Costcutter windows.

More on this story and additional pictures inside this week's Ross-shire Journal.


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