Bid to raise £8m for Aberdeen care centre for the young

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Charlie House plansImage source, Cumming and Co

A campaign to raise £8m for a specialist support centre in Aberdeen for babies, children and young people with complex disabilities and life-limiting conditions have been unveiled.

The Charlie House charity announced last month it hopes to build the eight-bedroom centre in the grounds of Woodend Hospital.

The three-year Big Build Appeal fundraising drive is now under way.

The plans have been lodged with the council.

The centre would include extra family accommodation, a sensory room and garden, and a spa pool.

It is a joint initiative with NHS Grampian.

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