In today’s edition,

A new mental health charity – Back Onside has been set up and is set to make its mark with a charity match in Cumbernauld between former Aberdeen Players v former Celtic players.  Back Onside aims to improve mental health through sport. They are supported by the Scottish Football Forums podcast.

Professor Graham Page who was on hand to treat many of the casualties from the Piper Alpha Disaster 6 July 1988.  Professor Page who sadly passed away recently after a short illness has been honoured and well remembered by both family and staff at Aberdeen’s Royal Infirmary Accident and Emergency Department

The Culter Tapestry which celebrates many of Peterculter’s land marks has gone on show at the St Peters Heritage Centre.  The tapestry has an estimated 4 million stitches and has been greatly appreciated by everyone. It is certainly a work of love.

A teenager, Amy O’Brien who has Rhett Syndrome a rare genetic neurological condition has been given a much needed boost to communicate.  The machine which translates eye movements into words has been loaned to Amy and her family by the Rhett UK charity.  The family are looking to raise £10,00 for such a machine.  A mystery donation of £5,000 means that they are already 1/2 way there.

James 1:17 – Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows.

 

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