Footballer visits Midlothian group

Craig Paterson currently a radio and TV football pundit visited Volunteer Midlothians Football Reminiscence Group, entertaining the group with stories of his many experiences playing football for  Hibs, Rangers and Motherwell.
Craig Paterson currently a radio and TV football pundit visited Volunteer Midlothians Football Reminiscence Group, entertaining the group with stories of his many experiences playing football for Hibs, Rangers and Motherwell.

Craig Paterson currently a radio and TV football pundit visited Volunteer Midlothian’s Football Reminiscence Group, entertaining the group with stories of his many experiences playing football for Hibs, Rangers and Motherwell.

The group enjoyed seeing the medals Craig received, especially whilst playing for Motherwell in the Scottish Cup famously beating Dundee United 4-3 in the final in 1991.

Lots of banter and chat filled the air as folks in the group remembered well, not only Craig but also his dad Jock Paterson, who played for Hibs and Ayr United.

If you would like to know more about our Dementia Friendly Football Reminiscence group please contact: - Mags Bryan Dementia Local Area Coordinator on 0131 660 1216.