The widow of Dundee United legend Frank Kopel was “absolutely furious” to learn one Scottish local authority has scrapped Franks’s Law funding.
A bid to expand Frank’s Law across the UK has won the backing of Dementia UK.
Dundee has received more than £800,000 to help it implement Frank’s Law, health chiefs have been told.
NEW YEAR HONOURS: Amanda Kopel was too scared to open letter – because she thought she was in trouble
Campaigner Amanda Kopel has dedicated her New Year Honours List award to her "soulmate" husband Frank.
A second independence referendum will not derail the delivery of Frank’s Law, the Scottish Government has pledged.
Amanda Kopel is to be honoured by Scotland’s leading dementia charity for her successful battle to make Frank’s Law a reality.
The campaign for a law in memory of footballer Frank Kopel visited the home of Dundee United, the club where he played for a decade.
Scottish ministers have asked councils to start costing Frank’s Law, it has been reported.
The widow of footballer Frank Kopel said she was “ecstatic” that a Bill has been lodged at Holyrood to extend free care to under-65s with conditions such as dementia.
A football fanatic who visited 40 football grounds to celebrate his 40th birthday has completed his challenge.
Frank Kopel’s widow Amanda has been left speechless following a “wonderful gesture” from Belgian giants Anderlecht — the club against whom her late husband scored his greatest goal.
Jonny Smith didn’t fancy a low-key celebration for his 40th birthday.
Frank’s Law has received royal backing after Prince Albert of Monaco lent his support to the campaign.
It was Amanda Kopel’s relentless campaigning to introduce a law named after her late husband which led to her winning an Evening Telegraph Community Spirit Award.