A cancer charity awarded more than £50,000 for people in Aberdeen thanks to its supporters.
Around £29,990 in Macmillan grants helped people to pay for heating or clothing and £1,440 was given to people with cancer struggling to cover the cost of travel to appointments.
The grants also covered the costs of other essentials such as beds and kitchen appliances.
Four out of five people with cancer experience a financial impact.
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Janice Preston, head of services (Scotland) for Macmillan, said: “Half of us will get cancer at some point in our lives so I’m pleased Macmillan awarded around £50,600 in grants last year to ease the worries of people with cancer in Aberdeen.
“Our Macmillan grants, funded by our supporters, covered essentials from heating to travel costs for 340 people with cancer in Aberdeen in 2018, helping to make money one less worry.”