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Historic Huntly building to be lit with poppies on Remembrance Sunday


By Pat Scott

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AN iconic Huntly will be lit with red poppies on Sunday.

The Simpson Building at The Gordon Schools, on the town's Castle Avenue will be transformed in a venture instigated by former pupil Brodie Murray.

Mr Murray owns the Standing Ovation, events company and to mark Remembrance Sunday, will project red poppies onto the fa├žade of the building from dusk until late evening.

A scroll of the Roll of Honour from the stained glass window in The Gordon Schools, which lists the names of former pupils and teachers who died in the two world wars and later conflicts will also be projected onto the stonework.

Gordon Schools Rector, Phil Gaiter thanked Mr Murray and standing ovation for their work organising the tribute for the community.



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