Aberdeen Royal Infirmary roof garden appeal raises £10,000

An appeal to create a therapeutic roof garden at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary has raised £10,000.

NHS Grampian said the appeal had attracted strong support from patients, relatives, organisations and businesses.

Reverend James Falconer, who started the appeal, said: "We have been overwhelmed with everyone's enthusiasm for this exciting project."

More donations are still being sought towards the appeal.

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