Keith has been a Buddhist Chaplain working with veterans and the armed forces for the past five years, and run 5-day and 1-day residential retreats and mindfulness programmes.

He is founder and trustee of Sadaya, a charity geared to helping veterans and service personnel with spiritual needs.

Keith was a firefighter for 22 years, a soldier of the British military for 8 years and an oil related engineer for 6 years.

He says: "I came across Support in Mind Scotland when the Stafford Centre offered their centre for us to run the Veterans Community Café, and saw first hand the great work SiMS does for individuals and communities.

"Mental health is important to me, personally, after my diagnosis of PTSD and associated depression - and in my role as Chaplain, teaching mindfulness and meditation techniques, which helped me re-establish a stable mind."