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Watch: PC hits a high note at Alzheimer Scotland event for Dementia Awareness Week

PC Craig Marshall did Police Scotland proud with his rendition of Bring Him Home at an Alzheimer Scotland event (iStock)
PC Craig Marshall did Police Scotland proud with his rendition of Bring Him Home at an Alzheimer Scotland event (iStock)

LAST night, PC Craig Marshall showed that Scotland really does have talent!

The police officer stepped up to sing ‘Bring Him Home’ at the ‘Musical Minds – M Factor’ group in Kilmarnock yesterday, which was held as part of Scotland’s Dementia Awareness Week.

The regular version of the Musical Minds singing group, for people living with dementia and their carers, meets in the Howard Centre, Kilmarnock every Wednesday from 1-3pm.

Yesterday officers in East Ayrshire were invited by the Ayrshire Branch of Alzheimer Scotland to come along and meet the group.

Safer Communities Officer PC Marshall treated the group to a rendition of ‘Bring Him Home’ from musical Les Misérables. And, as you can see, he voice is simply stunning!

Speaking after the event PC Marshall said “I feel honoured to have been invited along to such a special day showing support for those living with Dementia.

“Having people close to me affected by this disease made it all the more special. The contributions made by members of the group were humbling and it was fantastic to see the support the group has.”

This week marks Dementia Awareness Week with several events being held across the country all in support of raising awareness of the disease.

For more information on Alzheimer Scotland visit: www.alzscot.org

For more information on the Musical Minds click here.