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Parents campaign for special swimming classes

‘POSITIVE talks’ are under way between Lochaber Autism Support Group and the Lochaber Leisure Centre to discuss potential additional support needs (ASN) swimming classes for children in the area.

Amie-Louise Wallace, who set up the Lochaber Autism Support Group two years ago, has been canvassing parents in Lochaber who have children with ASN to assess the need of tailored swimming classes.

Amie-Louise told The Oban Times: ‘A a lot of additional needs children cannot attend the normal lessons and there is not an alternative offered by High Life Highland unless you can afford one to one lessons outwith your membership.’

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