Archive | February, 2016

Community Correspondent John Dane

A joyous occasion

Community Correspondent John Dane shares the story of the arrival of his great nephew Christmas was a more than usually joyous occasion for me and my family last year. As well as the usual festive activities, we had another celebration. At 3.33 on boxing day, my niece Sarah gave birth to a healthy baby boy […]

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Granny knew best

A post from Nick Watt from Health n Happy Trust @HNH_theTrust Culture and tradition play a vital role in the link between food and our mental health and wellbeing – a fact that can be observed all over the world. In bonnie Scotland it came in the form of matriarchal knowledge of care giving. Granny […]

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My bus pass opens up my world #100faces

Listen to John’s story As part of the #100faces project, some of our Community Correspondents recorded a story about their lives. John Dane talked about how he makes the most of his bus pass  by travelling around Scotland. There are loads more great stories from Scotland’s people at the 100 Faces, 100 Voices website. Visit […]

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