Splash of colour for Mountfleurie

Pupils and staff from St Agatha's primary school in Leven, with Councillor Charles Haffey, who are lookign after a planter in the Mountfleurie area, with assistance from local neighbourhood watch
Pupils and staff from St Agatha's primary school in Leven, with Councillor Charles Haffey, who are lookign after a planter in the Mountfleurie area, with assistance from local neighbourhood watch

LEVEN school pupils have been brightening up the appearance of their part of the town, while showing some environmental awareness.

Some colourful varieties of flowers and planters may be springing up in the coming months after youngsters from St Agatha’s Primary took charge of a planter, provided at the Glenlyon Road entrance to Mountfleurie, with some assistance from Mountfleurie’s Neighbourhood Watch group.

The group also helped provide another one, near the Jet garage on Windygates Road, which is being tended by Mountfleurie pupils.

Our picture left shows the St Agatha’s staff and pupils with local councillor Charles Haffey.