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Doneghan Brothers Join Community Team At Edinburgh Skills Session

Doneghan Brothers Join Community Team At Edinburgh Skills Session

The Doneghan brothers, Mike and Ross, joined Community Development Officer Ross Peacock in Edinburgh last week to provide a skills session for children at a holiday club run by charity, Royal Blind.

The Doneghan brothers, Mike and Ross, joined Community Development Officer Ross Peacock in Edinburgh last week to provide a skills session for children at a holiday club run by charity, Royal Blind.

The Summer programme based at Kidscene, Morningside, cater for children with and without disabilities from the ages of 4-16.

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Ross and Mike, who were schooled at Stewart's Melville College, were both thrilled with how the session went.

Ross, who joined London Scottish in the summer, said: “It was a really enjoyable session and great to interact with the children and give something back to our home city.”

Community Development Officer, Ross Peacock, added: “During the summer months we have been working hard on a number of projects with charities such as the Royal London Society for Blind People and The Challenge Network.

“The London Scottish School and Community Programme is always looking for new ventures and this project came at an ideal time.

“I'm sure it's an experience the kids will not forget.”

You can check out pictures from the session at our Facebook page, here.

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