East Devon woman benefits from mobility scheme

PUBLISHED: 07:00 11 February 2017 | UPDATED: 09:09 13 February 2017

Mrs Rosemary Ellis 63 year old was given a scooter by Carol Gilson of the Joe Gilson Mobility Scheme. Rosemary has great trouble walking has heart problems and is a diabetic rosemary said this scooter is a life saver and her husband said it will make a great difference in her life and his.  Carol gilson

Mrs Rosemary Ellis 63 year old was given a scooter by Carol Gilson of the Joe Gilson Mobility Scheme. Rosemary has great trouble walking has heart problems and is a diabetic rosemary said this scooter is a life saver and her husband said it will make a great difference in her life and his. Carol gilson

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Rosemary Ellis, 63, was delighted to receive a mobility scooter from the Joe Gilson Mobility Scheme.

Carol Gilson, who runs the scheme, said Rosemary has had great trouble walking, has heart problems and is a diabetic.
Mrs Gilson said: “Rosemary said this scooter is a life saver and her husband said it will make a great difference in her life and his.”


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