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Duncan Forbes Primary School receives kit donation from Munro & Noble as Inverness law firm strengthens its Culloden connections


By Calum MacLeod


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Pupils at Duncan Forbes Primary School in Culloden are taking to the sports pitch with a sharp new look, thanks to the support of law firm Munro & Noble.

The Inverness city centre business has donated 50 kits from sports supplier Macron and parents can purchase items in the same branding through the Macron website.

Munro & Noble sales and marketing director Duncan Chisholm added that he hoped the donation was just the start of a closer connection between the firm and the local community in the school catchment area.

“We wanted to do more than hand over a bit of kit. We wanted to support the area and support the parents at the school,” he explained.

This could involve visiting the school on open days or sports days with a solicitor, letting agent and financial adviser available to offer advice and explain what Munro & Noble do, he added.

“Approaching a solicitor can be intimidating. We want Munro & Noble to be a place where people feel comfortable. Maybe someone who meets us at the sports day or open day will feel a little better about getting in contact.”

In turn, the school is also helping to encourage a closer connection between the community and law firm by including a link to Munro & Noble on its own website.

Mr Chisholm added that he hoped this would be the start of a number of similar links across the Highlands.

“I would hope this is the first in a series of potential partnerships across the area to bring Munro & Noble into the community,” he said.


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