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Violet wins five-month battle for access ramp at her home

A WOMAN who has been a virtual prisoner in her own home is to get a much-needed access ramp after fighting since July to have one installed.

Forced to use a mobility scooter since contracting the incurable lung condition known as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, 66-year-old Violet Mackenzie must rely on the help of others to lift the vehicle in and out of her Lochgilp head home.

Mrs Mackenzie, who breathes with the assistance of bottled oxygen 24 hours a day, approached the Argyllshire Advertiser last month in an attempt to highlight problems she is said to have had in getting a ramp installed.

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