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Health and wellbeing cash grant for Kintyre classes

A Campbeltown pensioner has been praised for stretching a health and wellbeing grant, used for a social club’s strength and balance classes.

As applications are invited for a further £10,000 of grants, earmarked for Kintyre, Argyll and Bute Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) singled out a number of recipients including Campbeltown’s Cathy Duncan.

Alison McGrory, HSCP health improvement principal, said: ‘The Health and Wellbeing Networks are essential in helping us to get as many organisations as possible interested in improving the health of our population.

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