Friday, December 01, 2006



Paisley Grammar PTA organised an excellent Christmas Fayre for last night, despite the howling winds and the severe weather warnings it had an excellent turnout. The stalls included the students selling an array of items including small Christmas cakes (one of which my mother bought) and Christmas cards. Among the stalls I have to give a special mention to the Disability Resource Centre Art Group, the art work was exceptional and I never fail to be impressed by their work, congratulations to all involved.

The night was a big hit, and although I could not stay for the raffle at the end I had an excellent time and I hope that it raised a lot of money for the PTA. The organisers are to be congratulated, and the students deserve a congratulations too for all their efforts.

1 comment:

Rayleen Kelly said...

You kind of missed the point, this post was not about former pupils (although I have it on very good authority that Mr Neil's local school should have been Camphill and not the Grammar). There have been a number of former pupils who have went on to do great things and although I personally would not place Mr Neil in this category there is no doubt that he has done well for himself.

Try looking at people like David Tennant a fairly recent ex pupil who recently featured in Labour's Party Political Broadcasts.


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