Tuesday, 8 March 2016

Singer’s support will help charity make Headway

Singer Barbara Dickson has lent her voice to a Fife brain injury charity ahead of its relaunch.
The Dunfermline-born award-winning performer will meet brain injury survivors and their carers when Fife Headway unveils its new look next Thursday.
Ms Dickson said: “It’s a pleasure to be able to come to Kirkcaldy again and see the people involved in Headway’s work there.
“I once had an employee who suffered a serious head injury. This was in Lincolnshire, where I used to live, so I have first-hand experience of how challenging this can be for the person and their family, very often requiring permanent change in their lives.
“It’s good to be involved here in Scotland and I wish them the very best in the future.”
Also showing support for the charity at the relaunch will be local MSP David Torrance.

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