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Images Dated 22nd October 2021

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221021newton Featured 22 Oct 2021 Image

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St Charles Primary pupils growing space at Newton Station
Between 1pm and 2.30pm on Friday, October 22.
At Newton Train Station, Cambuslang
Contact: Rose Hewitt
(number not connecting when I tried but call Matt if any issues on )
Rose's
Story details here:
I am leading a project at Newton Station on behalf of Rail74CRP. St Charles Primary in Newton, Cambuslang, have adopted a growing space at the station to make it more attractive to passengers and the local community. We plan to grow food and learn about sustainability whilst having fun.Each year, the Primary 6 children will look after the garden and learn about rail safety.
This is Community Rail Week and our local group will be meeting passengers on Friday (tomorrow), between 1pm and 2.30pm. We will talk about going green by train, COP26 messages and the Samaritans will join us to talk about looking after our mental health.
St Charles pupils will be there to launch their new garden.
I hope that perhaps you can take some photos for the newspaper and share our story in the community.
In pic- St Charles Pry. P6 pupils.
Photo by staff photographer Douglas McKendrick

221021millhill Featured 22 Oct 2021 Image

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Staff and children at Mill Hill Primary Academy, Tunstall came to school as spooky ghouls as a reward for good behaviour and excellence in learning. The staff also turned their wooded area into a haunted wood where the children could go on a halloween-themed trail.
Rosie Donnelly with some of the pupils and their pumpkins.
Principle Adele Mills said "We regularly reward our children but, every half term we have a big extravaganza treat day. This half term? theme was ?alloween Spooktakular? The children and staff have dressed up in Halloween costumes and the children brought in carved pumpkins from home. The children had an amazing day taking part in lots of fun activities but, they particularly enjoyed visiting our spooky wood! It has been lovely to see how excited they were and their big beaming smiles. They have thoroughly deserved to be rewarded for all their hard work and for the kindness they show to each other and the staff at the Academy"

© Pete Stonier / Stoke Sentinel

221021bofweirrd Featured 22 Oct 2021 Image

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Bridge of Weir Rd at the National speed limit applies sign when you leave Brookfield heading towards Bridge of Weir
Picture by Contracted Freelance Andrew Neil