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Point school pupils get new sports kit thanks to trust

COMMUNITY wind farm charity Point and Sandwick Trust (PST) has kitted Sgoil an Rubha (Point School) pupils out in new football strips.

The trust sponsored two sets of strips for the school after its principal teacher, Anne Macphail, told PST general manager Donald John MacSween the school’s strips had dwindled to the point where they no longer had a full set - and those they did have were in poor condition.

Parents had begun to ask questions about why Sgoil an Rubha did not have strips, when so many other schools did, and the parent council had begun looking into where they could find money for replacements. Now the children have new ones from Sportsworld in Stornoway, funded by £700 from PST, and are looking forward to wearing them in competitions. It also means the parent council can buy educational resources for the school instead.

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