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Disability campaigners want legislation reviewed

LOCHABER disability campaigners say they are prepared to meet politicians ‘anytime, anywhere’ to try to get legislation reviewed to help those with mobility problems.

Last week, the Lochaber Times highlighted the case of one such person, wheelchair-user Iona Grant from Glencoe, who has had to cope for a decade with transport problems using local buses. Ms Grant, aged 21, a student who attends college in Fort William three days a week, detailed how repeated breakdowns of disability access ramps on Stagecoach and Citylink vehicles were blighting her quality of life.

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