Arbroath man welcomes government funding to help those living with debilitating disease

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A campaigning Angus man battling a progressive neurological condition has welcomed Scottish Government funding for a new development worker. The post Arbroath man welcomes government funding to help those living with debilitating disease appeared first onThe Courier .
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