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Crudie kids pay their own Armistice Day tribute with a difference


By Staff Reporter

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PUPILS at an Aberdeenshire primary school came up with their own unique way to mark Armistice Day last week.

The P4-7 pupils at Crudie School marked Remembrance by painting poppies on stones.

The youngsters from Crudie Primary School at the local war memorial.
The youngsters from Crudie Primary School at the local war memorial.

Head teacher Julia Rickard said the children varnished them and then walked along to the memorial at Crudie where they were placed, read the exhortation and had a minutes silence.

For more pictures from the event see Tuesday's Banffshire Journal print version.



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