PARENTS and neighbours of pupils at Pitmedden Primary turned out in force on Thursday to take part in the school’s community café to benefit Macmillan Cancer Care.
Dozens of adults turned out to view the stalls, buy toys and books, and enjoy a cup of tea and a fancy piece. There was also tombola, a raffle, and facepainting for children in the school’s assembly hall.
Teacher Debbie Baker told the Times that the event had been organised by the school’s P6 pupils, and that the money was going to a very good cause.
“We aim to raise money for Macmillan, with a lot of different stalls for parents and visitors to enjoy. The pupils have done an excellent job organising the day’s events, and we hope to raise as much money as we can.”