Save Abronhill High School campaign welcomes yet another celebrity Twitter supporter

Written by Scott Campbell.
Published at 20:21 GMT on Friday, 2nd November 2012.
 


Picture is copyright of Save Abronhill High School Working Group.
CUMBERNAULD Media has learned that Melanie Masson supports the Save Abronhill High School campaign.
 
The news was passed onto Cumbernauld Media, of the star’s support, through our Twitter page (@CumbernauldWeb) and Melanie has confirmed the suggestions herself by retweeting the numerous support messages for the Save Abronhill High School campaign, against the amalgamation of Abronhill and Cumbernauld High Schools.
 
Picture: Copyright of @MelanieMasson1.
 
The X-Factor finalist, who comes from Cathcart, was asked on 19th October through Twitter to “…Please RT to SAVE ABRONHILL HIGH SCHOOL, CUMBERNAULD (Famous for Gregory's Girl) @SaveAbronhillHS”. The star hastily retweeted the message and had continued to show her support through Twitter by retweeting Cumbernauld Media’s own status regarding the celebrity support against the merger proposals,  "Save Abronhill High School celebrity support - CUMBERNAULD’S Save Abronhill HS camp: http://cumbernauldmedia.centralscotlandmedia.
net/cumbernauld-news/249-save-abronhill-high-school-campaign-welcomes-celebrity-twitter-support".

Melanie is just one in a whole list of stars who have lined up to support the Save Abronhill High School campaign; a list which included journalist Tam Cowan, ITV broadcaster Ross King and Cumbernauld’s own Lynn Fergusson.

Melanie is a 44-year old full time mum to two children Rua, 5, and Ramsay, 3. She runs a music class for under-fives called Fairy Flutterby’s Little Rockabyes, and is married to Scottish actor husband Forbes Masson.