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Spiney the Diney Club

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The Spiney the Diney Club is for all SBH Scotland children and their brothers and sisters.

The club gives SBH Scotland an early opportunity to engage with young people affected by spina bifida and/or hydrocephalus and begin our lifetime commitment of support for them.

Using our mascot, Spiney the Diney, we prove that being a bit different isn't a bad thing, in fact it can have many positive results.

All our children from birth to 15 years old are eligible for a free Spiney the Diney Pack which includes an Official Club Certificate, Folder, T-shirt, Book and Cuddly Toy. Over time further activity sheets will be sent out to members of the club.

An SBH scotland member is delighted with her Spiney the Diney toy and certificate


  • Spiney the Diney is one of the Spinosaurus aegypticus species of dinosaur!
  • Spiney was born during the Cretaceous period of time (He's very old!)
  • Spiney's favourite food is Ice Cream with lots of sprinkles!

If you're a SBH Scotland parent who would like a free Spiney the Diney Club pack for your child please call us on 03455 211 300 or email.

Children and parents are welcome to email Spiney the Diney at anytime - he loves hearing all about your adventures.

Spiney the Diney Club - Committed to Fun and Friendship since 2018.

The first phase of the club is kindly funded by the DM Thomas Foundation for Young People.

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