PUPILS from Barshare Primary have been getting involved in a charity venture Kidd Kindness.

Every class got involved with the charity venture run by former pupil, Mason Kidd, who is running the project in memory of his brother Ross.

Barshare’s fundraising event, the Kindness Carnival, saw the children set up their own stalls and take part in various activities.

They got behind Mason who is carrying out a kindness project, performing 18 acts of kindness in memory of his brother Ross, who died of cancer aged two and would have turned 18 on December 1 this year. The money raised will go to the Schiehallion Appeal.

Head teacher Mrs Hastings said: “It was an honour and privilege to have Mason Kidd back with us to raise money for the charity so close to the family’s heart. All classes invented a game and had lots of fun raising money. Mr McConnochie was the star attraction as our ‘Elf stuck to the Shelf’.

“We want to say a special well done to Mason Kidd for all his acts of kindness. You are an inspiration to everyone."

More pictures of Mason's visit to Barshare will be published in next week's paper.