Thanks to all our volunteers for delivering them in snow, rain and fog. Your efforts are most appreciated.
We’d like to share a story one of our volunteers told us
Two senior ladies ( on a nameless Westhill street ) were at the door waiting on ‘their forms’, thought perhaps they were not going to get a pack. One collared me, ‘Here son!! here’s a wee packet of mentos, to keep you going’ Noo, I used to work at Pittodrie , but they fired me because I couldn’t get to work during heavy snow in Westhill, can you believe that, so gie me that form, & I’ll show them!
The fact that AFC sacked a Westhill resident due to the inclement weather we get out here at 122 meters above the height of Pittodrie (Westhill being 134m above sea level, Pittodrie 12m ) is ironic. As we know there’s often not a flake of snow in Aberdeen, you pass the Kingswells roundabout and the fields are white. Something the fans will no doubt love when standing in the cold on a Tuesday night in January at 9.45pm In a queue waiting for the shuttle bus to get though the football traffic to pick them up.
Wrap up warm boys…]]>