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South Uist

SOUTH UIST woman Gemma Steele has been nominated as a local hero for her charity work helping children in Kenya.

Na h’Eileanan an Iar MSP Alasdair Allan chose her to attend the official opening of the Scottish Parliament last Saturday (July 2).

All 129 MSPs were invited to make such nominations for local heroes to attend the ceremony at Holyrood and take part in the traditional ‘Riding’ procession down the Royal Mile along with 2,000 other people.

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