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Veterans’ gift to pet charity

Members of 45 Commando Veterans (Scotland) presented the equipment to PDSA staff at their premises at 227 High Street on Saturday.
Pictured are from left  Willy Williamson, Cara Clark, PDSA; Stuart Lavery; David Edwards; Dave McCaig; Neil Stewart, PDSA; and Tony Lea. Picture courtesy of Wallace Ferrier.

Members of 45 Commando Veterans (Scotland) presented the equipment to PDSA staff at their premises at 227 High Street on Saturday. Pictured are from left  Willy Williamson, Cara Clark, PDSA; Stuart Lavery; David Edwards; Dave McCaig; Neil Stewart, PDSA; and Tony Lea. Picture courtesy of Wallace Ferrier.

Former Arbroath marines have taken advantage of the buzz surrounding the forthcoming skatepark to boost the fund-raising for an animal charity. The 45 Commando Veterans (Scotland) group donated a number of items including skateboards and safety helmets to the Arbroath branch of the Peoples Dispensary for Sick Animals recently. It is hoped that the donations will prove popular with work about to start on the long-awaited Arbroath Skatepark Project. Members of 45 Commando Veterans (Scotland) presented the equipment to PDSA staff at their premises at 227 High Street on Saturday.

Pictured are from left – Willy Williamson, Cara Clark, PDSA; Stuart Lavery; David Edwards; Dave McCaig; Neil Stewart, PDSA; and Tony Lea. Picture courtesy of Wallace Ferrier.

 

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