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The Recovery Walk Scotland council are happy to announce its intention to hold Recovery Walk Scotland 2017 in the the fair city of Dundee!

Official notification of the event which is planned for Saturday 30th September 2017 has now been formally submitted.

He also has a Masters in Education from the University of Edinburgh and the Degree of Doctor of Education from the University of Stirling.

A spokesman for Essex Police said: “A teacher has been charged with offences under the Sexual Offences Act 2003.“Neal Mc Gowan (53) of Dickonsfield, Edinburgh, has been charged with two counts of abuse of position of trust – one for causing or inciting sexual activity with a boy aged 13 to 17 and one for causing a child aged 13 to 17 to watch a sexual act.“He was also charged with three counts of making indecent images of a child.

He is due to appear at Chelmsford Magistrates’ Court on May 24.“Mr Mc Gowan, a teacher at William De Ferrers School in South Woodham Ferrers, was arrested by Essex Police in March 2016.“If any members of the public have any information relating to the above, please contact Dc Jeanine Atkins-Calver on 101.”Mr Mc Gowan lectures on education at various universities and colleges in Scotland.

The council is made up of national stakeholders in recovery, previous host communities and the current host community representatives.

They are meeting monthly in Dundee to organise the event and raise the 30k needs to put on the three recovery walk events.