Cambridge woman to benefit from two scooters
- Credit: Archant
Teresa Baker says the donation has ‘drastically’ changed her life
A pair of mobility aids have been given to a woman in need by Honiton-based Joe Gilson Mobility Scheme – taking the total donated to 105.
Glen Dimmock accepted two scooters on behalf of his sister, Teresa Baker, who comes from Cambridge.
Teresa, 56, has had cancer and suffered from a stroke, and requires a pacemaker.
She needed two scooters – one for the road and one for her car. She says the donation will ‘drastically change her life’. Carol is now looking for more working scooters.
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Anyone who can donate should call 0140443341.
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