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Jeanne Watt has written to convey a big "Thank You" for all the lifts that the Fish Scheme volunteers have given to the scheme's clients this year.

Jeanne has received a number of cards from them asking her to pass on their thanks for the generous help of volunteer co-ordinators and drivers, and good wishes for the festive season. Your work and kindness is very much appreciated.

Jeanne would also like to wish all the volunteers a very Merry Christmas and a happy, healthy 2014.

Keep up the good work!

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