Fraser Paterson

http://www.lothianlife.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/Fraser-Paterson.jpg Fraser is 40 years of age, and has experience in many fields, including financial services, where he used to run his own business as an Independent Financial Adviser. He currently works as a freelance writer, specialising in golf and Scottish history. Fraser has served as a trustee of a registered charity, and held a very senior position in the Round Table. He is also a fully qualified golf referee. Fraser maintains a regularly updated blog, covering everything from local happenings to golf, snooker and various less well known charities in the Lothian. The website is http://fraserpat1972.blogspot.com He also has a golf website www.fpaterson.com and a Scottish History site http://fpaterson.wodpress.com Reverting to the business front, Fraser successfully set up and established a strong networking group of small business owners, drawn from across the Lothians, with the assistance of the Scotland South and East franchise owners of Business Network International (mainly known as BNI). Fraser was awarded Member of the Year for his Chapter at the Scottish Awards in 2004, the recipient for which is chosen by fellow members in recognition of outstanding contribution. Aside from golf and snooker Fraser also enjoys excellent food, regularly dining in eateries across the Lothians. Scottish history is a more recent topic he has enhanced his interest in.
Articles by Fraser Paterson:

An Exciting Atmosphere with Excellent Food!

Not many people would think of going to a casino to eat but the 110 restaurant, which lies within the Genting Club at Fountain Park in Edinburgh, fully justifies consideration. It has bright decor with comfortable, stylish booths at the back for those who wish more privacy. The restaurant provides a pulsating atmosphere. Characters of various natures occupy the gaming tables, which are clearly visible from the dining area. Chips constantly click, roulette balls rattle and gently upbeat music plays.

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CCLASP – The Secret Millionaire – An Update

You may have seen an episode recently as part of Channel 4’s series, The Secret Millionaire. One of the charities to receive a donation from the millionaire, Ivan Massow, was CCLASP. Children with Cancer and Leukaemia Advice and Support for Parents.

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Wedgwood – a Prime Location with Top Class Value

Wedgwoods is located at 267 Canongate, no more that 200 yards from John Knox House, Edinburgh.  I chose to give it a try as I had heard so many good things about the standard of food, and value the restaurant offers.

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Citylife – Joy and Happiness to So Many

This small, local charity operates from Longstone, in the South West part of Edinburgh. It operates as a Christian community group. Citylife aims to help young people from deprived areas such as Wester Hailes feel valued and cared for, growing in confidence along the way. Although a Christian charity Citylife welcomes all aiming to be non-judgemental and inclusive.

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Thorny Assistance

The Thistle Foundation is based in Craigmillar, Edinburgh. It was established in 1944 to provide accessible housing and medical support for disabled veterans so they could remain in their own homes. Today, they provide support to anyone with a disability or health condition.

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Scottish Disabled Golf Partnership (SDGP) What we are About

This group is a registered Scottish charity (registration number SC041000) full of fun loving golfers, young and old, male and female, who enjoy a good swing of the golf club (standard of play is not important), wherever they are in Scotland.
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