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Initiative aims to help wellbeing

PEOPLE with long-term health conditions in Argyll and Bute are set to benefit from a new independent initiative thanks to funding secured by Lomond and Argyll Advocacy Service.

Advocacy workers for Argyll and Bute are Annie Timmins (Oban and Lorn), Sarah McFadzean (Kintyre), Simon Richardson (Cowal and Bute), Arlyn Bolton (Helensburgh and Lomond) and Ailsa McCrae, team leader, (Mid Argyll).
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