Martha’s canal bank walk raises £2,610 for the MS Society

NO F52 Martha Hall

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Lochaber resident Martha Hall raised the fantastic sum of £2,610 for the Multiple Sclerosis Society with a recent sponsored walk from Gairlochy to Banavie recently. Martha did the canal bank walk as a way of marking her 70th birthday and picked the MS Society as the beneficiary as two of her family have the condition. ‘I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for being so generous and also thank the family and friends who walked with me and supported me on what was a wild and wet Lochaber day,’ she told the Lochaber Times.