Former Aberdeen councillor becomes Deputy Lieutenant

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Willie Young (left) and Isabel McIntyre were welcomed by Barney Crockett

Former Aberdeen Labour councillor Willie Young has become a Deputy Lieutenant of the city.

Mr Young, the city's former finance convener, lost his seat at the local government elections back in May.

He was commissioned by the Lord-Lieutenant, Lord Provost Barney Crockett.

Also joining the team of Deputy Lieutenants at Tuesday's commissioning ceremony was Isabel McIntyre, former head teacher at St Machar Academy.

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