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Glow Gold September

Path1Path1 Member
edited July 2016 in General Discussion
I'm part of a worldwide campaign to raise awareness for Childhood Cancer. Throughout September, buildings and landmarks around Scotland and the world will be lighting up gold in recognition of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Edinburgh Castle, The Kelpies, The Falkirk Wheel, Royal Border Bridge, St. Enoch Centre Glasgow, Harvey Nichols Edinburgh, SSE Hydro Glasgow, King's College Chapel Aberdeen, Castle House Museum Dunoon, Marischall College Aberdeen, and many more smaller locations around Scotland and the UK. If you see gold lights, or a yellow/gold display, you will know that that place supports our campaign. Look out for the gold ribbon 
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