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Incredible story of woman’s life journey aired on TV

A DOCUMENTARY charting the journey of a Spean Bridge woman’s life from a Dublin mother to adoption in Lochaber and her quest to find her half sister has aired on television.

The incredible story of Gladys Johnston, which has been kept hidden away for more than 30 years, has finally come to light in an emotional BBC Alba programme.

Gladys, who was born in a Dublin suburb in 1936 to a young unmarried Irish woman spent three years in the protestant orphanage Bethany Home before she was adopted by Mary and Duncan Cameron of Acharacle in 1939.

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