VisitAberdeenshire Tourism Agency is on the look out for keen ambassadors to assist and give a good first impression to visitors to the North East. Future volunteers should be passionate, proud of their area and enjoy meeting people. To find out more visit www.visitabdn.com/about-us/volunteers
A Memory Bench has been sited in the Trinity Centre. It is staffed by members of the North East Disabled Veterans Association. They were there today fund raising for Poppy Scotland. We picked up on the work of the N E Disabled Veterans Association following Brian’s Good News.
One of the UK’s tiniest babies – Danielle Robinson who is now a young woman of 22 is to take to the CAT WALK to raise funds for Aberdeen’s Neo Natal Unit who took great care of her when she was fighting for her life as a baby. It is hoped that Danielle’s involvement will reassure other parents of babies what neo-natal care can achieve. The Little Miracles Fashion Show will also feature Danielle’s father John and mum Tanya. Tanya was the brain child of the Fashion Show. There is a Friends of Aberdeen Neo Natal Unit Facebook Page
Clan Cancer Support has teamed up with Wild In Art to create and site 30 to 70 2.5 m high lighthouses in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Moray, Orkney and Shetland. These lighthouses have been created by a local artist, and are decorated by schools. People can travel around the area, learn something of local heritage, and donate. The lighthouses symbolise the hope and vital work undertaken by CLAN Cancer Care. To be part of Light The North contact email@example.com or visit www.clanhouse.org
Friends of The Neo Natal Unit have asked that people turn their Face Book cover page purple on the day 17 November to mark the day.
Do drop in to find out more about the great work of the Neo Natal Unit.