Post punk rockers the Media Whores raised £900 for the Scottish Huntington's Association at a recent charity gig. The band currently have a new album out 'Dangerous Minds' and will be supporting The Damned at the ABC in Glasgow on November 20. Picture by Stuart Westwood Photography
Scottish families living with the degenerative neurological condition Huntington's disease (HD) are still relying on patchy support services depending on where they live. As highlighted in Scotland on Sunday. Also in the Daily Record and the Galloway Gazette.
Hot on the heels of their critically acclaimed third album, 'Dangerous Minds', central Scotland four piece the Media Whores are giving up their time to support families living with the degenerative neurological condition, Huntington's disease They will play a benefit gig on behalf of the Scottish Huntington's Association (SHA) charity in Glasgow on October 28. Details on the SHA website. ...
Patron of the Scottish Huntington's Association and Olympic medalist Sarah Winkless MBE, is this year's ScottishPower Foundation UK Charity Champion.
An abseil off the Falkirk Wheel has raised more than £10k for the Scottish Huntington's Association. The only charity in Scotland supporting families living with the degenerative neurological condition, Huntington's disease. Read more.
Solent Gateway Ltd, operator of Marchwood Military Port in Hampshire, has announced 50 new jobs to support army operations. Read about it in the Daily Echo
The Scottish Huntington's Association (SHA) has received nearly 150 entries for its innovative flash fiction writing competition. Winners to be announced in October, the competition was to raise awareness of the work the charity does with families living with the degenerative brain condition Huntington's disease (HD). 'This has been a fantastic exercise in spreading the word about the devast...
A new study has found that more people than originally thought may be at risk of developing the degenerative brain condition Huntington's disease.
The latest vessel to join CalMac's ferry fleet. MV Catriona is starting final sea trials in the Firth of Clyde.
Have a read of some of the fantastic entries to the Scottish Huntington's Association's flash fiction competition to raise awareness of Huntington's disease. The judges, acclaimed authors Alan Bissett and Michael Malone, have been impressed by the standards so far.