Gordon MP Colin Clark visited the local British Heart Foundation shop in Inverurie recently.
Mr Clark took some time to take part in the charity’s Love Note campaign.
Speaking afterwards Colin said: “I was delighted to meet up with Angie and her team.
“I was interested to find out that in every shop there’s a community hub where people can get vital heart health information or to find out how they can join their local Heart Support Group.
“The shops also contribute to the environment by selling over 60,000 tonnes of goods that may otherwise find their way into land fill.
“I took part in the Love Note Campaign and anyone can join in, just pop down to your local Heart Foundation shop and pick a £1 Love Note which will be displayed in the shop window or a £2 Love Note that will become part of a bigger campaign to break the World Record for the longest chain of paper hearts.
“This is a fabulous way to support this organisation who fund lifesaving research and who work so hard for the wider Community.”
The British Heart Foundation is currently attempting to break a world record for the longest chain of paper hearts.
To mark Valentine’s Day, a team of BHF supporters will come together to create the chain.
The current record stands at 8,525 paper hearts.
Your Love Note message can be for a friend, family member or even a pet.