Charity registration No. SC002876  
Sunday June 9th. 2013
Fun afternoon at Roy Bridge Primary School as the new play ground is opened.
Friday afternoon was filled with sunshine, laughter and lots of activity at Roy Bridge Primary School as the new play area was officially opened by Philip Dean, manager of Corrour Estate. He was introduced by David Dignan, who also thanked the two local councillors for being present, and the PTA for their hard work in helping to reach their target of £70,000 to complete the work. The children now have a lovely and safe play area, with a newly-laid tarmac surface which will make playing games so much easier. It gave David great pleasure to call on Philip to cut the ribbon for this was the culmination of so many meetings and a lot of hard work.  Congratulations all round for a splendid job.  All we need now is for all our local parents to send their children to Roy Bridge Primary to ensure that the school role remains satisfactory.
Teacher, Carol Reid, signs up for the Duck Race competition.
Stall holders busy selling their wares.
Special doughnut baked by Sam’s daughter
This is actually a cake with everything done in icing – even the children!
Philip Dean,  manager of Corour estate, along with David Dignan, PTA chairman, cuts the ribbon to open the new play area
As well as being the national winner of the best fish and chips, Sam also uses his frying expertise to produce delicious doughnuts for the school funds.
Two local councillors, Eddie Hunter and Alan Henderson, with grandson Seumas
Andrew Dignan with his grandson, Jack, who did spectacularly well in this year’s trials, coming 98th  out of 320 riders, and was first among the new comers! Well done, Jack.