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The Evening News-backed Buy a Brick appeal to rebuild St Columba's Hospice has today hit the £300,000 mark.
Football tops signed by Andy Murray, a signed photograph of Harry Potter star Jason Isaacs and a family pass to Knockhill Racing are all on offer at a fundraising event to boost the St Columba's Hospice rebuild campaign.
A BENEFIT concert is to be held at The Jam House in George Street to boost the appeal to build a new St Columba's Hospice.
THE appeal to rebuild St Columba's Hospice is to get a boost from a fundraising bike ride to the island that was settled by its namesake.
St Columba's Hospice is to be the official charity of this year's EdTwestival.
THE Evening News-backed Buy a Brick campaign for St Columba's hospice has so far raised £281,167.
"PEOPLE say that when somebody you love dies a light goes out, and that's true."
ORGANISERS of this year's Light a Light appeal for St Columba's Hospice today said they hoped it would be the biggest yet.
IT is being billed as a the world's largest ever pub quiz, so don't expect the hear the scores after every round.
When the Evening News joined St Columba's Hospice in April to launch the Buy a Brick appeal, we knew we were asking a lot of our readers.
Cathleen Blacklaw had discovered happiness when she met her future husband Bill, but tragedy was to strike when he was diagnosed with a brain tumour which eventually claimed his life. As he spent his final days at St Columba's Hospice, Cathleen found care, warmth and friends during her time there, writes SUE GYFORD
The Evening News-backed campaign to help rebuild St Columba's Hospice has now raised £150,000 in less than four months.
The St Columba's Hospice Fun Run will come to Victoria Park on September 26.
The Evening News-backed campaign to rebuild St Columba's Hospice has received a massive boost today after a mystery benefactor donated £100,000.
ANGIE Stephen got up from the sofa to answer her front door. Staring back at her, wide-eyed with eagerness, was a group of small boys. "Go on mum," her eight-year-old son Matthew begged. "Please take off your cap - show them your bald head."
THE Evening News-backed campaign to raise funds to rebuild the city's St Columba's Hospice has soared past the £100,000 mark in under three months.
ART lovers can snap up a new piece for their collection and support a worthy cause at the St Columba's Hospice Art Friends Exhibition, which opens today.
LIKE any eight-year-old girl, Jade Finlayson was delighted to see her doting dad on her birthday.