An SNP councillor has praised a local construction company on their work to revitalise an Aberdeen school.
Stephen Flynn, who represents the Kincorth, Nigg and Cove ward, described Charleston Primary as looking “very tired” at the start of summer.
He enlisted the help of Stewart Milne Homes to revitalise the school and help with its maintenance programme.
A team from the construction company undertook the decorative work during the holidays, creating fresh surroundings in time for the pupils returning from their summer break.
Mr Flynn said: “I was absolutely delighted to have helped facilitate these works – I’m sure everyone living locally will agree that it’s a huge improvement.
“There have obviously been a great deal of homes built in the local area in recent years and it’s really positive to see a developer recognise their role in the community and take such positive action.
“Charleston Primary School is a popular and important asset to the local community and I would like to thank Stewart Milne Homes for their generosity.”
John Low, managing director of Stewart Milne Homes, added: “When approached by Councillor Flynn, we were pleased to support Charleston Primary school, helping to restore the wall of their games hall in time for the new term.
“Many of the younger residents at our development in Cove will attend the school and we are always pleased to be able to support the local community.”