An Aberdeen charity will introduce a new wellbeing support group this month.
Clan Cancer Support’s Inverurie reading group will hold its first meeting on Monday at its Burnside Court wellbeing and support centre at 2.30pm.
The group, which is open to anyone affected by a cancer diagnosis, will provide a relaxed and welcoming setting for people to come together to enjoy books, share their favourites and exchange stories.
Clan Inverurie offers information and support to people with a cancer diagnosis and their families.
The centre is open on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday and also provides one-on-one counselling, complementary therapies aimed at pain and stress relief, and various activity and social groups.
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A coffee morning is held on the first Monday of the month.
The charity provides free support and information for anyone, of any age, affected by any type of cancer, and has bases in Banchory, Ballater, Buckie, Elgin, Inverurie and Turriff.
Anyone interested in attending the group is welcome to drop in, call 01467 624687 or email email@example.com