Auctioneer, Graeme Gibb brought the hammer down at £66 to sell 12 lambs on behalf of Gergask School at the annual Aberdeen and Northern Marts sheep sale at Kingussie. This will be the last that the 12 pupils (each pupil had one lamb) would see of the lambs that they had first seen on the scanning machine in March at Archie and Cathy Slimon’s Breakachy Farm. The pupils are learning about the Cairngorms National Park’s resources and also raising money for the school fund, with one fifth of the sale going to the school. The pupils are looking forward to a lunch of roast lamb along with their home grown vegetables from the schools vegetable garden