Fundraising team supports local charity’s office expansion 


The North-East voluntary organisation dedicated to promoting the welfare of families with young children, Home-Start Aberdeen, has received fundraising support from a local business as it relocates its headquarters in a bid to expand its services and help more families across the city.




Befriend a Child and Paul Lawrie Foundation announced as official charities of Saltire Energy Paul Lawrie Match Play


It has today been announced that Befriend a Child and the Paul Lawrie Foundation will be the benefitting charities of the Saltire Energy Paul Lawrie Match Play, taking place at Murcar Links Golf Club in July this year.  



Print by renowned illustrator helps people affected by cancer


A limited edition print by renowned illustrator Ralph Steadman, who starred alongside Johnny Depp in a documentary about his life, is being offered in a prize draw at an Aberdeen art show.


Items go under the hammer for CLAN Cancer Support

Five signed limited edition prints by revered north-east artist Eric Auld are among over 100 lots set to be auctioned off to raise funds for a leading cancer support charity. 

Hub opens doors of brand new office

 The driving force behind a range of community-based developments across the north of Scotland has completed its own project closer to home with the opening of its brand new office. 



Dolphinwatch is back and bigger than ever! 


This weekend saw the launch of Aberdeen’s third annual Dolphinwatch – a project helping people see one of the UK's most impressive wildlife spectacles just a short distance from the centre of Scotland’s third largest city.




Dine in the dark for a sensory discovery


An Aberdeen-based charity, which provides sensory services for blind and deaf people in the North-east of Scotland, is preparing to bring the worldwide ‘Dans le noir’ phenomenon to Aberdeen, giving diners the chance to enjoy a new discovery of dramatic taste and smell.

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