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Support Spinal Injuries Scotland

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Spinal Injuries Scotland supports and encourages people who have experienced a spinal cord injury. We have expanded our team of volunteers to be able to offer daily visits to the National Spinal Unit at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow. We host monthly social nights at the Spinal Unit and a BBQ and water sports taster day including hand cycling and sailing. We are also able to offer accessible holidays at our self-catering apartment, Clober Farm in Milngavie.

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