Right to spend fund cash on pa­rade

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IT’S GREAT news that Aberdeen City Coun­cil has agreed to draw £3,500 from the Com­mon Good Fund to go to­wards a pa­rade for the 4th Bat­tal­ion Royal Reg­i­ment of Scot­land (High­landers). Hope­fully they will get a warm re­cep­tion from the peo­ple of Aberdeen. This is ex­actly the sort of thing the Com­mon Good Fund should be used for.

– W Bran­ni­gan IT WAS heart­warm­ing to see that £10,000 has been raised by the peo­ple of Aberdeen to help chil­dren at a school in Uganda (EE, Au­gust 18). It seems even in times when peo­ple have to count the pen­nies, they are I AGREE with Frank Gil­feather, when he said in his col­umn (EE, Au­gust 18) that it’s a shame Aberdeen couldn’t have been used for the film­ing of Brad Pitt’s new movie rather than Glas­gow. Our city could surely be used for film­ing like this. It’d be a real boost for the city and a pos­si­ble money-spin­ner for the coun­cil.

– Tracy W

STAR: Brad Pitt in Glas­gow.

will­ing to help oth­ers.

– Ali­son J

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