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Mother and daughter aim to help Lochaber Thrive

A FORT WILLIAM mother and daughter team are ‘thriving’ for success with their new health and well-being hub.

Izzy Valenti and daughter Katy Macdonald’s new venture, Thrive in Lochaber, is a new community resource that aims to promote health and well-being in the area.

Operating from Katy and her husband’s Thai restaurant Sugar and Spice, Thrive will be a drop-in point for members of the community who feel isolated or find it difficult to socialise.

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