Energy Voice | Plea to businesses on remaining Piper Alpha prints

Business are being asked to help in a fundraising effort for the Piper Alpha memorial gardens in Aberdeen.

The Pound for Piper trust has commissioned 167 special prints to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the tragedy, one for every life lost.

Around 70 of the limited-edition items remain.

All proceeds are go towards the upkeep of the memorial at Hazlehead Park.

The prints, from local artist Elizabeth McAlpine feature the Memorial Monument crated by sculptor Sue Jane Taylor, tohether with sketches and a detailed description of the sculpture.

Pound for Piper has maintained the gardens since 2013.

Matt Abraham, Oil & Gas UK’s health and safety director, said: “Funds raised from the sale of the prints will help pay for the ongoing maintenance of the Piper Alpha Memorial Rose Garden.

“Oil & Gas UK is happy to support the Trust’s efforts to ensure it remains a place of reflection and remembrance for those who survived that night and for the families and friends of those who lost their lives.”

Those wishing to support the upkeep of the Memorial gardens by purchasing a professionally framed print at a cost of £267 are advised to contact Steve Rae, Chairman of the Trust, at to obtain a print number which they can reference when making a payment.

The Trust’s  Just Giving website is at

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