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TWO long-time Carmarthen friends have jointly received a volunteer of the year award by a national charity. Carmarthen pals Tim Coupland and Paul Rees were honoured at a special ceremony held by Epilepsy Action.
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Auckland, 4 March, 2015 – The New Zealand Epilepsy Assist Dog Trust, based in Kumeu, can now train more dogs to assist people living with epilepsy, thanks to a donation from the global Bayer Cares Foundation.
A Horncastle man, who has epilepsy, has been awarded a volunteer of the year award by national charity Epilepsy Action.
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