QMU would like to hear from any Branch Members who are interested in taking part in a project using a particular form of movement to music to help with maintaining mobility, balance and confidence in movement. All is explained in this pdf.
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Warmest congratulations to Alison Williams as one of “ten outstanding candidates appointed to a new advisory group that will be at the heart of shaping the charity’s [PUK’s] work in Scotland.” See the link below for more on the aims and objectives of the Group and background information about the other members. All were selected […]
Welcome to our first ERIG talk of 2020 SATURDAY 25TH JANUARY AT SCRM Dr Mathew Horrocks (Lecturer in Biophysical Chemistry, University of Edinburgh) will give a talk entitled: Parkinson’s under the microscope – progress towards a diagnostic test. For more details go to the Edinburgh Research Interest Group (ERIG) Forthcoming meetings page. The Eventbrite link […]
Ian plays new and old tunes with some of his friends, on traditional instruments of fiddle, guitar and whistle, as well as the less familiar viola, mandolin, and five-string banjo. Ian has written most of the tracks and a sheet of words is included to help get Ian’s stories across. But also included are a […]