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Moray & Banffshire Heroes is an award scheme recognising the people across Moray and Banffshire who make a real difference to our communities, healthcare, education, safety and wellbeing.

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Cat ladies' 32-mile walk is purr-fect day

Cat ladies' 32-mile walk is purr-fect day

Cat ladies' 32-mile walk is purr-fect day

Debbie Hutchison, Fiona McClenaghan, Mandy Clinch and Sam Weston raised funds for Claypark Rescues and Culbin Cats.


Team Tesco raises £1615 for charity

Team Tesco raises £1615 for charity

Team Tesco raises £1615 for charity

Twenty seven employees employees raised £1615.56 running a 5k Race for Life.


Kayaking 60 miles for Christian cause

Kayaking 60 miles for Christian cause

Kayaking 60 miles for Christian cause

Ami Dundas is kayaking for five days from Fort William to Inverness, plus wild camping


Woman to walk 120 miles in aid of rescue volunteers

Woman to walk 120 miles in aid of rescue volunteers

Woman to walk 120 miles in aid of rescue volunteers

Fiona Thomson will raise funds for Moray Inshore Rescue Organisation (MIRO) by competing a sponsored walk of the Speyside Way.


Kinloss Kiltwalkers raise £450 for sight loss charity

Kinloss Kiltwalkers raise £450 for sight loss charity

Kinloss Kiltwalkers raise £450 for sight loss charity

Mick, Cheryll Hilton and 16-year-old daughter Imogen completed a 24-mile trek to raise funds for Sight Scotland.


Blairs Loch enhancement progressing at pace

Blairs Loch enhancement progressing at pace

Blairs Loch enhancement progressing at pace

Friends of Blairs Loch are building an outdoor learning facility and community meeting place.


Ladies raise £300 for group

Ladies raise £300 for group

Ladies raise £300 for group

Forres Golf Club ladies raised the funds for Moray Stroke Folks via the £1 entry fee for their winter competitions.


Funding helps work continues at beauty spot

Funding helps work continues at beauty spot

Funding helps work continues at beauty spot

Sanquhar Dam Renovation Group used £2800 from the Berry Burn Community Fund towards their voluntary work.


Fiancées cycling for sensory space

Fiancées cycling for sensory space

Fiancées cycling for sensory space

June Campbell and partner Hannah Lane have set off on a sponsored virtual bike ride from Land’s End to John o’ Groats.


'We are here for you' - restaurant owner offering free meals

'We are here for you' - restaurant owner offering free meals

'We are here for you' - restaurant owner offering free meals

Cardamon Spice owner, Hussain Ahmed, is helping to support the community that has supported him during the pandemic.


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