Parkhill’s canny collectors bounce way out in front

LEVEN;'Parkhill Primary were the winners of Sainsbury's Active School voucher collect competition so have received a heap of sports equipment. Donna Donnelly of Sainsbury's presenting the pupils with some of the kit.'Photo ; WALTER NEILSON
LEVEN;'Parkhill Primary were the winners of Sainsbury's Active School voucher collect competition so have received a heap of sports equipment. Donna Donnelly of Sainsbury's presenting the pupils with some of the kit.'Photo ; WALTER NEILSON
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CHRISTMAS arrived early for pupils at Parkhill Primary who came top of the class in a voucher scheme organised by Sainsbury’s.

The Aitken Street school’s staff, pupils and friends managed to collect a whopping 46,191 vouchers in the supermarket’s Active Kids promotion which has been turned into a whole load of sports equipment.

Every school that collected vouchers, which were offered to customers shopping in any Sainsbury’s branch, will be given equipment up to the value of their vouchers but Parkhill was the most successful in the area beating fellow Levenmouth schools Kennoway, with 27,359 vouchers, and Aberhill, with 25,966 vouchers.

Donna Donnelly, of Sainsbury’s Leven branch, is pictured in Parkhill Primary’s playground with some of the pupils of the school who are delighted with their new sports equipment which included scooters and space hoppers.

Throughout Fife 125 schools took part in the Active Kids promotion collecting a total of 271,324 vouchers.