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Fort William

MORE than £400 was raised at a Fair Trade event in a Fort William school last Friday.

Organised by the Fair Trade committee, St Columba’s held the open event from 10am until midday which was attended by parents of the pupils and staff, students from campus Caol School, parishioners and the local parish priest.

Ann Marie Lopez said: ‘It was just a great success. There was entertainment from our pupils, one played the accordion, one played the clarsach and we had a singer too. The performances were excellent and it really kept the atmosphere going.

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