Falkirk digs deep for Sports Relief

Schools, groups and workplaces all over Falkirk took part in activities for Sports Relief, helping to raised £51.2 million for good causes.

The televised event raised a record amount to help disadvantaged people in the UK and around the world, with Bairns getting creative to play 
their part.

Comely Park Primary pupils dressed up for Sports Relief

Comely Park Primary pupils dressed up for Sports Relief

Staff at Denny Sainsbury’s surprised shoppers with a flash dance on Friday.

The ‘Superman’ theme tune started and the sales assistants and managers sprang into action doing a choreographed routine of 
sporting actions.

The supermarket chain is the main sponsor of Sport Relief and the flash dances were carried out around 
the country.

In Camelon, Easter Carmuirs Primary rainbow and wheel enhanced provisions rooms held a bake sale while the whole school took part in sporting activities and sold wrist bands to help raise more than £200.

Pupils from Comely Park Primary in Falkirk dressed as their sporting heroes and took part in challenges including archery and athletics to help raise almost £300.

At Carmuirs Primary School in Camelon children donated money to dress as their sporting heroes,
 collecting £80.