In this recent episode – Kirsty Randall- Nish Abseiled from The Forth Railway Bridge to help remove the stigma from mental health and raise funds for Health in the Mind.  To find out more and donate, visit:

Daisy May – A double amputee due to a rare bone defect has more than overcome her disability and with her parents love has gone to being able to run, walk, ride a bicycle and become a fashion model, Her zest for life and her beaming smile has landed her a contact with a high street clothing chain to model its attractive wear range on line.

Housing First Aberdeen which is led by Aberdeen Cyrenians and with other organisations including Aberdeen Foyer,  Turning Point Scotland, Aberdeen City Council Housing and Support Department, Aberdeenshire Council  has been awarded £400,000 to tackle homelessness. The Scheme is backed by Josh Little-JOhn of Social Bite.

Blair Mitchel is cycling 1000 miles from  JohO’ Groats to Lands End to raise funds for Marie Curie in memoryof his mother who had a very rare form of bowel cancer. To Support Blair, visit –

2 Events have been launched by Alzheimers Scotland to bring those with dementia together with a common cause.  Both events are sport related  and take place at Pittodrie Stadium 2.30 pm on 27 August   and 5 September  2.30 pm at Mannofield – Ome of Aberdeenshire Cricket Club.


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