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First public appearance since retiral will be on behalf of the STV Appeal
World champion cyclist Graeme Obree put STV presenters Sean Batty and Raman Bhardwaj through their paces at Glasgow Green on 15th May as they launched this year’s freshnlo Pedal for Scotland.
Community project Westside Football & Recreation Club on the Isle of Lewis has received £3,000 from the STV Appeal 2012.
Community project Teen Challenge in Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire has received £3,000 from the STV Appeal 2012.
Scottish cyclist and adventurer Mark Beaumont has stepped up training for this summer’s cross-Scotland challenge in aid of the STV Appeal with his first open water swim in the freezing cold River Tay.
Community project The Shed in Stornoway has received £3,000 from the STV Appeal 2012.
Community project Community Friends in East Ayrshire has received £3,000 from the STV Appeal 2012.
Community project C2: Connecting Communities in Rattray, Tayside has received £3,000 from the STV Appeal 2012.
Community project Kate’s Kitchen in Annan, Dumfries & Galloway, has received £3,000 from the STV Appeal 2012.
Four mad souls including STV Appeal Trustee, Ewan Hunter completed the fundraising run of the year - a staggering 250KM in seven days across the world's driest desert, the Atacama in Chile all in aid of the STV Appeal.
Following an amazing response, we are delighted to announce the first winner of our calendar competition
Brave Mark is leaving his bike behind to set off in aid of the STV Appeal 2013 to tackle what he says is his most difficult mission yet.
Callander Youth Project was given £3,000 from the STV Appeal.
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The STV Appeal is delighted to be the new official charity partner for freshnlo Pedal for Scotland.
Children 1st Young Families Outreach was given £3,000 from the STV Appeal.
STV News presenter Juliet Dunlop presented a cheque for £159,064 to the charity on behalf of the Appeal.
Galloway Peer Project and The First Base were both awarded funds in a bid to eradicate child poverty.
STV boss Rob Woodward presented a cheque for £89,532 to the charity which works with children and families in poverty.
Brechin Youth Project received £3,000 from the broadcaster’s £2million fundraising success this year.
STV Appeal is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation, number SC042429