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Musselburgh school sees red to help Paul

Paul Chapman, right, and his friend Ewan Spence helped raise money for the British Heart Foundation.

Paul Chapman, right, and his friend Ewan Spence helped raise money for the British Heart Foundation.

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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