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Crown Primary pupils tucked into Harry Gow's giant coo cake for their leavers disco


By Imogen James

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Karen Duff Highland Hospice handed over the cake to the P7 leavers. Picture: Callum Mackay..
Karen Duff Highland Hospice handed over the cake to the P7 leavers. Picture: Callum Mackay..

PRIMARY 7s at a city school enjoyed an “udderly brilliant” extra treat just before they started their summer holiday.

The senior pupils at Crown Primary School were able to tuck into a tasty “coo cake” created by Harry Gow as part of its support for Highland Hospice.

Ruby MacLarty, Ailsa Megson and Kathryn Cox. Picture: Callum Mackay..
Ruby MacLarty, Ailsa Megson and Kathryn Cox. Picture: Callum Mackay..

The baker created its own range of Highland cow cupcakes to be sold for hospice funds and also held a raffle to win one large version of the tasty treat.

Some musical chairs. Picture: Callum Mackay..
Some musical chairs. Picture: Callum Mackay..

That was won by Angela Jack, who decided to donate it to the P7 leavers’ party at the school, where her son Keir is a pupil and is also looking forward to moving on to secondary school after the summer holiday.

Karen Duff Highland Hospice (centre) with P7 leavers Angus Peel, Keir Jack, Charlie Still, Ruby MacLarty, Ailsa Megson and Kathryn Cox. Picture: Callum Mackay..
Karen Duff Highland Hospice (centre) with P7 leavers Angus Peel, Keir Jack, Charlie Still, Ruby MacLarty, Ailsa Megson and Kathryn Cox. Picture: Callum Mackay..

A spokesperson for Highland Hospice said: “We would also like to thank Harry Gow for all their support and donating the Coo Cake for the raffle, which raised a fantastic £312 – udderly brilliant!”


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