Egg hunt raises £550 for school

Aberdeen, Wednesday, 29th April 2015''Cala Homes Easter Egg Hunt Donation to Cults Primary School.''Pictured is (l to r): Abbie Shaw, deputy head teacher Morven Mckay,  Rachael Angus, Fraser Carr- Sales & Marketing Director at CALA Homes, Megan Shaw,  Edward Angus.   ''Picture by Michal Wachucik/Newsline Media
Aberdeen, Wednesday, 29th April 2015''Cala Homes Easter Egg Hunt Donation to Cults Primary School.''Pictured is (l to r): Abbie Shaw, deputy head teacher Morven Mckay, Rachael Angus, Fraser Carr- Sales & Marketing Director at CALA Homes, Megan Shaw, Edward Angus. ''Picture by Michal Wachucik/Newsline Media

Cults families who encouraged their children to take part in a spectacular Easter Egg Hunt have seen them win £550 for their local school.

The great Easter Egg Hunt was the brainchild of local developers CALA Homes (North) who had promised to donate £5 for every child’s correctly completed entry form to Cults Primary School for a new audio system.

The children had been invited to correctly spot all the ten eggs which had been hidden in local store windows in Cults .

CALA Sales and Marketing Director Fraser Carr said: “The Easter Egg Hunt proved to be lots of fun for families during the holidays. We were absolutely delighted by the support of the local community, from the fantastic businesses displaying our egg posters to all the kids that came along to take part.”

Caroline Johnstone, Head Teacher at Cults School, said: “CALA’s donation will really help towards the purchase of a new PA system for our school hall which we’re hoping to have by the end of the current term. Many of our pupils took part and it was the talk of the playground after the holidays.”