Gie e Anchor Unit a Haun
Doric Books is fair pleased tae help promote iss project – nae ainly is Brian pittin forrit e Doric, he’s geein e Anchor Unit a bittie siller inna.
As a muckle thanks fur e continued support aa throu his cancer treatment an intae remission, Brian Noble his dedicatit his nyow Doric poetry beuk ‘Anchor What?’ tae e couthie an carin staff at e Anchor Unit o Aiberdeen Royal Infirmary.
Mr Noble wis diagnosed wi non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in January 2022, bit efter sax intensive roons o chemotherapy, he got e aa clear, in July!
He felt aat jist sayin ‘muckle thanks’ tae e Anchor staff wisnae eneuch, sae he gaithered a total o 31 poems includin sum o his favourite eens, a puckle nyow eens an a special een fae his freen Brian White tae show foo muckle he appreciated aabdy. Nae ainly aat, bit he’s donatin aa e revenue fae e beuk tae help wi e fundin o ‘Friends o Anchor’ - e charity linked tae e Anchor Unit. Foo gran is Brian?!
Brian Noble originally stairtit writin poetry in Doric efter Banff singer/songwriter, Ian Middleton first sparked his interest a fair puckle year ago. E beuk details his adventures tae e beach, his skweel life an his experience fechtin cancer. Sir Jim Milne, e chairman o ‘Friends o Anchor’ says aat e honourable an original wye aat Brian shared his experiences at e Unit an wi e staff shines a licht on thir hard wirk an efforts.
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Doric Books is delighted to help promote this project – not only is Brian giving Doric a boost, he is giving the Anchor Unit some money too.
As a huge thank you for the continued support throughout his cancer treatments and complete remission, Brian Noble has dedicated his new Doric poetry book ‘Anchor What?’ to the kind and caring staff at the Anchor Unit of Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
Mr Noble was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in January of 2022, but after 6 intensive rounds of chemotherapy, in July, he got the all clear!
He felt that just saying ‘thank you’ to the Anchor staff wasn’t quite enough, so he has gathered a total of 31 poems including some of his favourite poems, a few new ones and a special one from his friend Brian White to show his appreciation for everyone. Not only that, but he will also be donating all of the revenue from the book to help with the funding of ‘Friends of Anchor’ - the charity linked to the Anchor Unit. How amazing is Brian?!
Brian Noble originally started writing poetry in Doric after Banff singer/songwriter, Ian Middleton first sparked his interest many years ago. The book details his adventures to the beach, his school life and his experience fighting cancer. Sir Jim Milne, the chairman of ‘Friends of Anchor’ says that the honourable and original way in which Brian shared his experiences at the Unit and with the staff shines a spotlight on their hard work and efforts.
If you want to support this great book, you can find it on Amazon using the link below: