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Stairlift specialist goes beyond the call of duty for ill war veteran

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est Yorkshire based Unicorn Stairlifts recently supplied and installed a free stairlift for Gary Westmoreland, after the Falklands War vet suffered a stroke earlier this year that left him requiring a wheelchair. Living in a flat that involved negotiating 22 concrete steps, Gary was unable to leave his home and

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was told be various companies that the installation of a stairlift would be too complex and expensive to do for free. Unicorn Stairlifts’ Company Director Chris Green was determined to help however, successfully supplying and installing a curved stairlift free of charge in Autumn. Chris told THIIS: “It was a complex

job but after we saw Gary’s situation and how ill he was, I wanted to make sure we could do everything we could to help. Now Gary is out and about and really happy with the installation, which is a great result.” www.unicornstairlifts.co.uk

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