Brian returns to the studio after a wee break.

In today’s edition, a married couple celebrate the tireless work of two paramedics in the Scottish Ambulance Service

Aberdeen City Council has linked up with Barnardos Scotland to provide a new support service for children who care for relatives.  Statistics show that there are about young carers in Aberdeen. The service has been officially launched.

The Archie Foundation is hosting an event at Marischal College to attract thousands of visitors. As the main finale to The Big Bucket Trail,   Visitors will have a chance to view 36 locally designed sculptures  and 42 mini statuettes of Oor Wullie.  These have been on display in Aberdeen and district.  These will be auctioned off to provide extra funds for the great children’s organisation

Two charities are set to share in £12,500 made available through Aberdeen Inspired.

Aberdeen Cyrenians is reliant on funding if this type and will be using their share to tackle homelessness in the city.

Aberdeen Street Pastors will use their share to purchase blankets and sleeping bags.  It is envisaged that the money will cover their annual expenditure of these items.

 

 

 

 

 

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