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Make sure to know elderly neighbours are coping says charity

6th January 2021
by Robert Armour

Age Scotland is urging everyone to take extra care and look out for their older friends, relatives and neighbours during the cold snap.

The charity is warning that the extreme weather conditions can be especially dangerous for older people who are at increased risks of falls and poor health. Continue reading

Petitions have long been sent to the Prime Minister by post or delivered to the Number 10 door in person. You can now both create and sign petitions on this website too, giving you the opportunity to reach a potentially wider audience and to deliver your petition directly to Downing Street.

https://petition.parliament.uk/

Three PC Laptops donated by Rimini to Disabilities FifeAt 2pm on Monday 29th July, Employees from Rimini Street Support and Rimini Street Foundation presented Disabilities Fife  with three much needed refurbished laptop computers.

This is part of Rimini’s charity work in the UK and USA.

Chair of Disabilities Fife Charles Litster said “Our computers at the moment are badly in need of a replacement.  Therefore,  as a result we will be able to operate more effectively meeting the needs of members, general public, and Fife Council”,

Charles added “It will greatly assist with our Access Panel work when we are on site looking at Access issues”

“Therefore we give the Rimini Street Foundation a big thank you”