MS Centre donates birthday cake to Hope Kitchen

Claire Hoey, left, Oban MS Centre trustee, hands over the cake to Catriona Petit, Hope Kitchen's Services Manager.

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Oban’s MS Therapy Centre had hoped to celebrate its 30th anniversary at a special event in the town’s Argyllshire Gathering Halls on Saturday March 21. But the coronavirus crisis led to the event being cancelled. Plans for the party had been at an advanced stage and a birthday cake had arrived. No-one wanted the cake to be wasted so the centre’s trustees donated the cake to Oban’s Hope Kitchen. Centre trustee Claire Hoey, left, is pictured presenting the cake to Hope Kitchen’s Services Manager Catriona Petit.