Joining FACT led to new friendships

12:01 21 February 2013

I MUST say how grateful I am how you have pointed me in the direction of FACT. We moved to the Chatteris area some five years ago, and recently my husband passed away, and I have become very lonely, as he used to drive us everywhere.

Reading your articles about FACT, I decided to telephone and join. How helpful and friendly the office were, and I have travelled many times now and I am looking forward to going to Stamford next week.

Without your recent articles I would not have been aware of this wonderful service, I have made many new friends who are in the same situation as me.

MARY GARFORD

Via e-mail

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