Youngsters battle it out in Glenbarr games

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The sun shone as pupils at Glenbarr Primary School battled it out in several Highland Games events.

The youngsters took part in a tug-of-war, welly tossing, rolling the haggis, traditional dancing and track races on Friday June 18.

There was even a livestock section to which two quail and four lambs were entered.

Traditional garb and bagpipes courtesy of two pupils completed the atmosphere.

Hungry after all their activities, the children made the most of the delicious Scottish baking available at a refreshment stall.

A school spokesperson said: ‘Many thanks to parents, staff, Lori Silvan and Glenbarr Stores for their support.’