Vandals attack Eyemouth Primary School again

Four apple trees at Eyemouth Primary School were snapped in March 2011. Now it has happened again.
Four apple trees at Eyemouth Primary School were snapped in March 2011. Now it has happened again.

POLICE are appealing for witnesses after yet an another vandalism attack on Eyemouth Primary School.

Another apple tree was pulled out of the ground and playground equipment was vanadalised at the weekend. A basketball net was pulled off, a bench tipped over and a concrete slab smashed in the playground.

All of this comes at a time when the school is undergoing a refurbishment and follows similar attacks last month and last year.

Almost exactly a year ago four apple trees were snapped by vandals just a few weeks after being planted by pupils.

In eary February this year two windows were smashed in the Portacabin at the rear of school, costing approximately £100 to replace.