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Ailsa’s run helps new dementia service

FUNDRAISING Ailsa Mccrae ran her first-ever marathon on Islay in support of the Dochas Centre.

And she completed the Hebridean course last month in a remarkable time of four hours and 40 minutes. To date Ailsa has raised £1,177 - which has helped the Lochgilphead-based Dochas Centre to introduce a new service called ‘Playlist for Life’.

This supports those living with dementia and their families through a personal, meaningful, playlist of music, helping to stimulate memories that dementia cannot destroy.

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