Service to remember drug deaths in Aberdeen


A service to remember those who have lost their lives through drugs is due to be held in Aberdeen.

The service, now in its fifth year, will be attended by church leaders, local politicians and members of organisations working with drug users.

It is aimed at relatives and friends of those who have died through a drug-related cause.

The ecumenical service is due to be held at St Peter's Church in Justice Street from 1900 GMT.

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