Fair play, John’s a prize guy

Borders MSP John Lamont, with volunteers Jill Freshwater, left, and Christine Tucker, tried his luck at Jill's Amazing Tombola at the Kelso Charity Fair ' and won a prize.'The tombola and stall sales raised nearly �200 for Borders Talking Newspapers, which provides weekly audio recordings of local papers to visually-impaired people and others who have difficulty reading.
Borders MSP John Lamont, with volunteers Jill Freshwater, left, and Christine Tucker, tried his luck at Jill's Amazing Tombola at the Kelso Charity Fair ' and won a prize.'The tombola and stall sales raised nearly �200 for Borders Talking Newspapers, which provides weekly audio recordings of local papers to visually-impaired people and others who have difficulty reading.
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Borders MSP John Lamont, with volunteers Jill Freshwater, left, and Christine Tucker, tried his luck at Jill’s Amazing Tombola at the Kelso Charity Fair – and won a prize.

The tombola and stall sales raised nearly £200 for Borders Talking Newspapers, which provides weekly audio recordings of local papers to visually-impaired people and others who have difficulty reading.

Other charities were represented at the event, including Chest Heart and Stroke, RNLI, MS Society and Alzheimer Scotland.