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A KINLOCHLEVEN women who has volunteered for Walk the Walk for 10 years met Prince Charles at a special Clarence House reception to mark the 20th birthday of the breast cancer charity.

Janet Sossick, originally from Kinlochleven, volunteers every Wednesday at the Walk the Walk head office in Woking.

Ms Sossick said: ‘My roots are in Kinlochleven where I grew up with my two sisters. My mother, Ida Boyd, was born and brought up in Kinlochleven where life then revolved around the aluminium factory. My dad was from Taynuilt and went to Kinlochleven for his apprenticeship in the Royal Bank where he met my mother… and the rest is history.

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