Payhembury woman receives a new scooter from mobility scheme

PUBLISHED: 12:41 30 June 2016 | UPDATED: 12:41 30 June 2016

Mary Fenner (right) with Carol Gilson.

Mary Fenner (right) with Carol Gilson.

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Mary Fenner, 72, who has chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, was given the new machine by Carol Gilson, founder of the Joe Gilson Mobility Scheme.

A woman from Payhembury who has a life-limiting illness has been given a new scooter thanks to a Honiton scheme.

Mary Fenner, 72, who has chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, was given the new machine by Carol Gilson, founder of the Joe Gilson Mobility Scheme.

She said she was ‘very grateful’ to receive the scooter.

To donate a scooter to the scheme, call 01404 43341.


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