Post-mortem re­sult is ‘more, events, please’

The Courier & Advertiser (Angus and The Mearns Edition) - - NEWS -

The first Anatomy Night has been hailed a huge suc­cess – with hopes high among those who at­tended that more will fol­low.

Mor­tu­ary tech­ni­cian Claire Cun­ning­ham said: “It went re­ally well – those who came along seemed to re­ally en­joy them­selves – I couldn’t ask for any­thing better.

“A lot of peo­ple have been ask­ing about future events.”

Those who at­tended the dis­sec­tion told her they ap­pre­ci­ated the op­por­tu­nity to see it first hand.

She con­tin­ued: “You can learn anatomy from books and pic­tures but there is noth­ing like see­ing the struc­tures them­selves.”

Mean­while, it was busi­ness as usual at the Mal­mai­son Ho­tel for those want­ing to cel­e­brate Valen­tine’s Day in a more tra­di­tional way.

More than 90 ta­bles had been booked for Chez Mal with guests in­vited to “feed your pas­sion this Valen­tine’s”.

Ho­tel gen­eral man­ager Roula Samaha wel­comed the guests tak­ing part in the Anatomy Night.

She said: “Our motto is Dare to be dif­fer­ent – this is cer­tainly dif­fer­ent.”

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