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Campus adds to town's defibrillator coverage


By David Porter

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A new public access defibrillator has been installed at the Inverurie Community Campus next to the main entrance.

A new defibrillator has been installed at Inverurie Community Campus
A new defibrillator has been installed at Inverurie Community Campus

Thanks to parents fundraising efforts and the generosity of the local community including help and support from the charity Keiran's Legacy.

The new unit is now operational adding another unit to the town centre such as the one located outside the building society, adjacent to the town hall.

As work continues in preparation for the campus opening in October, senior pupils were given their first access to the new building this week as house captains made a tour of the new secondary school.

While images of the completed main school have already been released, the first images of St Andrew's School which will be located adjacent to the campus were also shared by staff showing some of the internal spaces including a light therapy suite and a hydro-pool.



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