Pupils enjoy fresh fruit on ‘Wellbeing Wednesdays’

Members of Castlehill Primary School's pupil council with Kerry McGeachy, giving out fruit to fellow students.
Members of Castlehill Primary School's pupil council with Kerry McGeachy, giving out fruit to fellow students.

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Pupils at Castlehill Primary School can tuck into a piece of fresh fruit for just 20p on ‘Wellbeing Wednesdays’ thanks to the generosity of Campeltown’s Tesco store.

The supermarket has provided the fruit, free of charge, every two weeks since August. It can be purchased from the fruit tuck shop, which is run by the school’s pupil council and Kerry McGeachy.

Castlehill Primary School would like to thank Tesco for providing this fruit which has encouraged pupils to eat more healthily.