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School Students inspire school staff’s Kiltwalk for charity

8 staff from Dales Park School Pose for photo at KiltwalkA team of eight staff from Dales Park School in Peterhead successfully completed the Aberdeen Kiltwalk, raising an impressive £1451.25 for Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus (SBH) Scotland.

The epic 17.8 mile challenge from Duthie Park to Bellfield Park saw the team comprising Martin Wright, Wendy Gibson, Beverley Buchanan, Vikki Stephen, Craig Howie, Judith Cardno, Katherine Matthew and Margaret Buchan walking in solidarity and raising awareness for a charity close to their hearts.

Dales Park School has always had a strong connection to Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Scotland, a Scottish charity providing essential support and clinical services to children, young people and adults living with lifelong, complex disabilities. Many current and past pupils at the school have benefited from the charity's support as well as the charity staff providing any requested information sessions for Dales Park staff who want to find out more about the management of the conditions.

Martin Wright, Teacher of ASN at Dales Park School said,

"We are incredibly proud to have competed in the Aberdeen Kiltwalk and to have raised so much money for a great cause. Our school has long had an ethos of being caring and community focussed so SBH Scotland was an obvious and meaningful choice for each of us. The funds raised will make a significant difference in the lives of our students and many others across Scotland."

Baby Bella inspires family to raise £1,500 in Kiltwalk

A Banchory dad, whose three-month old baby daughter, Bella, has spina bifida and hydrocephalus, is part of a team which raised nearly £1,500 for our specialist charity to help other babies with the same condition.

The McDonald Family raised £1500 in the Aberdeen Kiltwalk

Martin McDonald, along with Bella's aunt and uncle, Anna and Grant, were sponsored to complete the 26-mile walk Aberdeen Kiltwalk from Duthie Park to Portach Green.

Spina Bifida occurs early in pregnancy and Martin’s daughter Bella was born in April with the condition which led to two operations in her first week of life, one to close the hole in her back, and one to fit a medical device to drain fluid which had built up in her brain as a result of Hydrocephalus.

The McDonald Family raised £1500 in the Aberdeen Kiltwalk

The money raised will be used by us to provide personalised home and hospital support for families in the North of Scotland with new born babies who have spina bifida and/or hydrocephalus

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