In today’s edition,

The Dyce Community turned out in force for collect litter recently at a community clean up event organised by Dyce in Bloom / Gardening Club. This is the second such clean up this year. Several organisations got involved such as local Beavers, Cubs and Boys Brigade with support from Aberdeen City Council and Tesco. More than 50 bags of rubbish were uplifted.

An update from a recent story covered by Brian,  a recent auction of Oor Wullie Sculptures-  raised £1.29 million for the Archie Foundation.  One of these sculptures – the one of Willie Miller – Captain of the famous Gothenberg Greats has been purchased by Drew Crawford who runs Pinehurst Lodge Hotel.  The Oor Wullie Sculpture will be in the garden of the hotel with a bucket to keep raising funds for The Archie Foundation.

A mum who suffered a seizure while in bed has praised her quick thinking 5 year old daughters actions which have saved her life.  Georgina made sure her siblings were OK and phoned for help and provided a presence until the ambulance arrived with her mum’s dad on the phone.

First aid for adults with seizures

First aid for Children with seizures

A defibrillator has been purchased, installed and, unveiled at Duthie Park after a fund raising effort by Friends of Duthie Park and a fitness group who did a 12 hour relay around the park on space hoppers.  The defibrillator will be accessed by callers to the emergency services via a pin code.

As an extra to Brians Good News for this week, Rob and Brian attended today’s coffee morning at St Columbas Church of Scotland in aid of Help For Heroes.  The coffee morning was successful. Help For Heroes did not make any one available to speak or collect the £302 raised.  Well done to hard working team who organises and runs these coffee mornings on the last Friday of each month and raises significant funds in such a short time.



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