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Aberdeen Ladies' Lunch

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Aberdeen Ladies Lunch

Aberdeen Ladies' Lunch

Thursday 21 April 2022

The Marcliffe Hotel and Spa

The fabulous Ladies' Lunch is back! Gather your friends for an afternoon of fine food and entertainment.

We’re already planning the most amazing day for our annual Ladies' Lunch to raise funds for Action Medical Research. This fabulous Ladies' Lunch is an opportunity to gather your friends together and enjoy an afternoon of fun whilst helping us to raise much-needed funds to help save and change the lives of sick and disabled children.


Mark Beaumont

Mark Beaumont

Guest speaker

We are delighted to welcome Mark Beaumont as our special guest Speaker. Mark is a cyclist, adventurer, broadcaster, documentary maker and author.  Mark has pushed the limits of endurance and holds the record for cycling around the world. 

Mark has a passion for entrepreneurship which takes him into a range of businesses, backing innovation and advising on growth.  He has a straight forward approach with a strategy of not allowing the big picture to scare you, instead setting manageable targets and learning to control the risks.

Although Mark has worked in over 100 countries, he currently lives in Edinburgh with his wife Nicci and two daughters.  Having spoken at thousands of events all over the world, we are sure that he will delight us with tales of his adventures and what he has learnt on his interesting journey.

Book your place

To book your ticket please contact: Maggie Atchison
T 07801 933102

The Venue

The Marcliffe Hotel and Spa

N Deeside Rd 
AB15 9YA

Tel: 01224 861000

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Find out more about Action

Surprisingly medical research to help children is poorly funded in the UK. Action Medical Research has a critical job to do in helping fill this gap.

Since we began in 1952 we have been funding medical breakthroughs like the first polio vaccines in the UK, ultrasound in pregnancy and the rubella vaccine – helping to save thousands of children’s lives and change many more.