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From East Lothian to Serbia

Two men, from Tranent and Wallyford, and an East Lothian Council worker will be part of a contingent undertaking a mercy mission to Serbia, providing desperately needed rescue equipment and vehicles.

Keith Longworth from Tranent, Robert Wellwood of Wallyford and Ken Oakley who lives in Bonnyrigg, set out from Rosyth to transport badly needed fire engines and an ambulance to the troubled Balkan state.

The project is being organised through Blythswood Care, a Scottish based Christian Aid charity that has been working in Serbia for over 20 years.

• Full story at the East Lothian Courier.

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