CALA DONATION AIDS OUTDOOR LEARNING AT CULTS PRIMARY SCHOOL
Friday, 11 May 2018
Cults Primary School has received a £440 donation from CALA Homes following its Cults Easter Egg Hunt, during which the leading housebuilder pledged to donate £5 per entry at its sales suite at Cults Park.
The sum will be used towards the cost of new outdoor learning resources for the school. CALA’s Easter Egg Hunt, which has been held in the suburb for the past four years, has previously helped the school to purchase books for its library and a new audio system.
Fraser Carr, Sales and Marketing Director at CALA Homes (North), said: “We welcomed lots of families to the Cults Park sales suite during the Easter holidays with more than 85 completed forms handed to our team in exchange for a delicious chocolate treat.
“We’re delighted to make a contribution towards new outdoor equipment for Cults Primary School and hope many of its pupils enjoy using the resources for years to come.”
Caroline Johnstone, Head Teacher at Cults Primary School, said: “Many of our pupils love taking part in the Easter Egg Hunt each year and CALA’s very generous pledge has helped us purchase some fantastic resources over the past four years.”
CALA’s Cults Easter Egg Hunt took place throughout the school Easter holidays. Ten local businesses in Cults displayed numbered Easter eggs in their windows and children were encouraged to identify where each egg could be found. Youngsters were then rewarded with a chocolate egg upon handing in the completed form to the Cults Park sales suite.
Local businesses which took part included Scott Gilmour Optometrists, Chest, Heart and Stroke Scotland, Rowlands Pharmacy, Galbraith, Dolls House Hair & Beauty, Sainsbury’s, The Cults Hotel, Mackinnons Solicitors, Tesco Express and Dental Inspirations.