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Annan volunteer Neil Henderson recently completed a charity cycle in aid of Food Train and Food Train Friends. On Sunday 19th May Neil set off from his home town in Annan and travelled through Longtown up through Moffat before climbing the Devil's Beef Tub into the Borders and through Lanarkshire into Biggar where he stopped for lunch. Neil then cycled down through Johnstonebridge into Gretna and back to Annan via Longtown - a total of 150 miles were completed. Neil had arranged sponsorship for this event via a guess his time for the official 'Down to Longtown' cycle (a total of 125 miles) which he completed in 9 hours and 33 minutes. There were 2 sponsors who guessed closest at 9 hours 35 minutes, Susan Dunion won a bottle of champagne and Ann Stevens won the bottle of wine. Neil raised a wonderful amount of £860 for the charity. Food Train would like to thank Neil for his hard work and continued commitment to Food Train and Food Train Friends.
Well Done Neil.
Older people in West Lothian need your help urgently. Due to the high demand for our servcie we are always looking for new volunteers to help with driving, deliveries and shopping.
All our volunteers have access to training, disclosure checks and support with personal development.
It doesn't matter how little time you have to spare you can do something worthwhile to help older people in West Lothian.
Give us a call on 01506 413013 to get involved.
Following the recent publicity regarding NHS Dumfries & Galloway withdrawing their long standing funding, we are delighted to report that funding has now been reinstated, helping us to carry on providing support to local older people.