A broadcaster is set to host a lunch to raise money for a good cause.
Fiona Stalker, a reporter and presenter for the BBC in Aberdeen, will play host to hundreds of people at the Ladies Afternoon Tea in aid of Parkinson’s UK.
More than 200 women are expected at the event, to be held at the Marcliffe Hotel on Sunday November 4.
Fiona said: “I’m thrilled to be invited by Parkinson’s UK to host an event that’s for such a good cause.
“The afternoon tea promises to be another fun event with so much more than tea and scones on offer. I’d love to see as many folk there as possible so please come along and say hello.”
Emma Hall, east Scotland regional fundraiser for Parkinson’s UK, said the event would help people in the north-east.
She said: “It’s only through events like this and the generosity of individuals and organisations that Parkinson’s UK can continue to fund world-leading research toward a cure for Parkinson’s and also deliver the local services that so many people living with the condition rely on.”
Tickets are available for the event at parkinsons.org.uk/afternoonteaaberdeen