Primary children’s ‘Race at Our Place’

Children, parents and teachers from Claypotts Castle Primary School held a ‘Race at Our Place’ on Saturday to raise funds for Cancer Research UK.

Attending the event, which saw parents and children walking the equivalent of 1km round the perimeter of the school, was NHS Tayside’s Early Years and Young People’s Team to give information and advice on a range of health topics.

NHS Tayside’s health promotion officer from the Early Years and Young People’s Team, Alison Duncan, said: “The team was available on the day to offer children and their parents or carers information and advice on a variety of ways to adopt a healthy lifestyle.” Other agencies taking part included Active Schools, Tayside Contracts, Community Learning and Development, Community Safety and Cancer Research UK.