A Musselburgh school, its staff and pupils have celebrated a red letter day to support a pupil who suffers from a heart condition.
Campie Primary School was bedecked in the colour for Ramp Up the Red, a British Heart Foundation initiative that highlights its work with people suffering heart problems.
The day had special significance for Paul Chapman, who suffers from Noonan syndrome, a complex genetic disorder.
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