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Pupils kitted out for sport thanks to BAM

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(L-R) Martin Cooper and Iain Hughes with the Waid girls netball team

BAM Construction has presented new sports tops to pupils at the recently opened Waid Community Campus in Anstruther.

The tops, which will be worn by girls competing in the netball, football and touch rugby teams, feature the BAM logo alongside the school badge.

Martin Cooper, construction director for BAM in the East of Scotland, presented the strips to the school’s head teacher, Iain Hughes.

Martin commented, “Both the netball and football teams compete in the Fife League and the school was keen to have a new look in keeping with this fantastic new facility. We were delighted to help.

“We also like the positive message of having the girls’ teams sponsored by a construction company given our push to get more girls interested in joining the industry as a future career.”

The £22 million community campus was delivered by BAM for Fife Council on budget and ahead of programme as part of Building Fife’s Future Programme in partnership with hub East Central Scotland. The school provides accommodation for over 800 pupils and staff, along with an integrated community education facility for enterprise and life-long learning.

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