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Writer Amanda finds release in her poetry

‘YOU HAVE to keep your mind busy, or your hands, or both’ – that’s according to one Roy Bridge woman who has found a new love for poetry.

Amanda Holdaway spent her professional career as an insurance claims investigator.

Originally from Sussex, she moved to Lochaber with her mother 13 years ago and her current home eight years ago.

Amanda describes herself as a creative person who has always had a love for words, but told The Oban Times it was when her mother died just over two years ago that she really started writing.

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