Pupils run the show at school coffee morning

Headteacher Lynn McMillan was helped out by her sister Bryony Galbraith and her mum Lorna Galbraith. 50_c37glenbarr03_stalls p18

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Glenbarr pupils manned the stalls at a school fundraiser.

With a little help from their parents, the children spent last Saturday morning encouraging members of the public to buy baking, bric-a-brac and raffle and tombola tickets, while adults kept the tea and coffee flowing from the kitchen.

As well as that, visitors to the Red Cross hall event were able to guess the weight of the dumpling and the number of sweets in the jar, and try to pick the lucky square.

Headteacher Lynn McMillan said: ‘The amount raised was £608.35 which we are all delighted with and we all wish to thank everyone who came along and supported the school.’