Tuesday, 19 November 2013

Concert what the soundtrack to you caring story - concert - exhibition -


Your Song: Your Story


As part of our Letters, Life and Love Stories Carers’ reception, we want to hear from carers and health and social care professionals about their journeys with their loved one or those they have cared for, the motivation behind their caring role andspecifically whether there is a song that is particularly meaningful to them.

We’ve created a place where you can share your journey for your benefit, and the benefit of others. Telling your story is one way to let anyone going through a similar situation know that they are not alone. Your story matters, share it!

By sending your story, you will automatically be entered into a ballot to win a pair of tickets to the reception at Caledonian University and concert at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on 20 JanuaryWe have a total of 20 pairs of tickets to give away.



Your Song- Your Story

You have experienced this many times in your life. A song comes on the radio or stereo and you are instantly transported back in time to emotions, people or places from the past.

This is especially true when the songs are about relationships and events that speak specifically to our stories.

Tell us about your song and why it is important to you.

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Email Address



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Share Your Song – Your Story (100 - 500 Words)






If you send a photo to go along with your story, be sure to tell us who’s in the picture, where it was taken, and why you’re sending it.

You can submit your story and song by returning your completed form toLifeStories@alliance-scotland.org.uk or by post to: 

Tommy Whitelaw, Health and Social CareAlliance Scotland,349 Bath Street, 
G2 4AA.

Thank you for submitting your story.


By sending us your story, you agree that we may publish it at the ‘Letters, Life and Love Stories’ Carers’ reception, and in a follow-up publication produced by the ALLIANCE.

If you would not like your first name and Town/City to be published, pleasetick this box. 
If you would not like to be entered into the ballot for reception/concert tickets, please tick this box. 
In some cases, we may contact you to ask for any additional details, or to talk about any changes we need to make.
We regret we cannot respond to every story submitted.

For more information, contact LifeStories@alliance-scotland.org.uk , or Tommy Whitelaw on 0141 404 0231.

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