Charity’s dream home officially opened in Bonnyrigg

Former Midlothian head of education Donald MacKay with Bright Sparks manager Louise Gough, opening the charity's new home at the former Bonnyrigg Leisure Centre on Friday, January 20, 2017.
Former Midlothian head of education Donald MacKay with Bright Sparks manager Louise Gough, opening the charity's new home at the former Bonnyrigg Leisure Centre on Friday, January 20, 2017.

Former Midlothian head of education Donald MacKay officially opened Bright Sparks playgroup’s new home in the former Bonnyrigg Leisure Centre last week.

Mr MacKay, pictured above with the charity’s manager Louise Gough, spoke of the “inspiring” journey Bright Sparks has taken since he first met the group at the Brown Building in Gorebridge more than 10 years ago, and he wished it “great success” for the future.