Marie Curie Visit and Community Cafe

Today at Lochdon Primary School the Children , Head Teacher , Parents , and all the local community came together to have a community cafe from 2 pm to 3 pm in aid of Marie Curie .

There was cakes , pizza and a great raffle conducted by Helen Dewar and her daughter Ella . Thank you all for the kind gifts so many lovely items flowers , eggs , chocolate and useful prizes well done .

I would especially like to thank all five children for making it such a special event .
Both Sarah Everett one of our Marie Curie Nurses came and did a talk on her role as a Nurse on the island and why it is so important .
I did a talk and a word quiz on Marie Curie and her life .
I gave the history to her amazing achievements as a scientist .

We all had great fun learning together , with the children thank you .

I would like to thank Helen in the kitchen for all her help and kindness …

They raised in an hour an amazing £156.70 p so well done and a big thank you to all of you today . Sarah and I came back and I thought of a lovely Easter shot for Marie Curie would be Sarah with her lamb called Danny who Sarah is hand raising as he was a very early orphan …
So here’s us from Marie Curie , Mull and Iona wishing you all a Happy Easter , the last photo ! 🐣 cxxxx

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About Lochdonswan

Principal Teacher of Primary at Lochdonhead Primary School. Isle of Mull. Argyll and Bute. Believe and achieve with enthusiasm, positivity and respect. Blog to reflect, share and learn.
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