A charity boss today praised all those who took part in an Aberdeen sleep-out event in a bid to raise millions of pounds for a housing initiative.
Sleep in the Park
Events like this come in for some criticism, mostly because it’s only one night a year that we don our waterproofs and brave the chill, but for me – and I assume 1,800 others – it adds some perspective. Our reporter Craig Paton endured bone-chilling temperatures in Duthie Park but says the experience was more than worth it
Around 1,800 people braved plunging temperatures in Aberdeen to raise money for the homeless.
KT Tunstall has thanked the 10,000 fundraisers taking part in a mass sleepout for showing solidarity with homeless people and helping collect £3.2 million.
Amy Macdonald and KT Tunstall have thanked the 10,000 people taking part in a mass sleepout to raise cash for homeless people as they perform a whirlwind four gigs in one evening.
KT Tunstall and Amy Macdonald will provide the entertainment later for around 10,000 people spending the night outdoors in a mass sleepout to raise millions for the homeless.
Aberdeen's council leaders are gearing up to take part in a charity sleepout.
Two property entrepreneurs have offered to donate some of their flats to homeless people in a collaboration with the charity Social Bite.
The company behind the Evening Express is backing an Aberdeen charity event that hopes to eradicate homelessness.
Aberdeen FC and housebuilder Stewart Milne Homes have pledged their support to a homelessness charity fundraising event.
A north-east energy training company is hoping to raise up to £6,000 to help defeat homelessness.
More than 1,800 people have signed up to sleep outside and raise money to help eradicate homelessness.
A musical legend is hoping that it will be perfect when she entertains crowds at an Aberdeen charity event aimed at eradicating homelessness.
A golf ace has pledged to join a sleep out to raise cash to end homelessness in the north-east.
An engineering firm is hoping to raise £30,000 from a sleep-out event to help eradicate homelessness.
A former drug user has said that he “doesn’t know where he would be” if it wasn’t for a groundbreaking housing initiative that is coming to the north-east.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes will be putting his storytelling skills to the test at a charity sleepout in Aberdeen.
Three north-east charities are hoping a new scheme will eradicate homelessness in the region.
This year’s Sleep in the Park is due to take place on December 8 in Aberdeen's Duthie Park.
A major event aimed at helping eradicate homelessness is coming to Aberdeen – with people being asked to spend a night in December in Duthie Park.