Fund raising by generous QMU Students in Edinburgh

May 25, 2015


James Hilton and Liam Banks, both students at Queen Margaret University (QMU) in Edinburgh, held a charity event in aid of CCST Therapet Visiting Service. The fund raising event was a ‘Take Me Out’ style evening in QMU Students’ Union.  The evening raised £642.20.  Our thanks go to Liam and James and all the very generous students at QMU.


Rocco, pictured, is a labradoodle and the first full-time Therapet dog placed at a Scottish University.  Aged two years, the black Labrador/Poodle cross, is fulfilling his recent role as a student stress-buster. His owner, Kirsten Baird, is the General Manager of Queen Margaret University Students’ Union. 


Pictured: Kirsten Baird (General Manager of QMU Students’ Union) and her Therapet Rocco, James Hilton and Simon Young (East Lothian Area Representative) and his Therapet Ness

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