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Lochgilphead meeting for WRENS

IT WAS a busy evening at the Women’s Rural Enterprise Network Scotland’s (WRENS) meeting this month as the group met at the MS Centre in Lochgilp head.

Kate MacDonald led an exercise on ‘Changing the messages we give ourselves’, turning negative statements into positive ones to help boost personal morale and selfesteem.

Kirsty Brady, a glass artist who runs A Touch of Glass, talked about how her business has developed over the years, attaining her recent award from Aspire magazine, and how an expensive mistake has had a positive effect on her work and business. She brought along some examples of her work and spoke of the inspiration she gets from watching the students on her workshops.

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