But when Peter passed away around 28 years ago, the great-grandmother of three refused to leave her home and bravely chose to live alone until she, herself, had to go into Yoker’s Quayside Care Home aged 96.
The family came together on April 26, to mark her birthday and Kirk admits his mother was a little overwhelmed, but had a great day – complete with cake, a telegram from the Queen and, of course, a newspaper with its front page dedicated just to her.
“And from our many conversations with staff, patients and their families, it was evident the Christian ethos of care, love and prayer was at the heart of everything St Margaret’s provides.” The hospice has attracted unwavering support in recent months as it works with politicians of all stripes to avoid possible introduction of means testing for patients in long-term care beds.
A Presbyterty-wide Songs of Praise evening at Helensburgh Parish Church at 7pm on Sunday, April 2, will formally conclude the visit.
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Years later, Ina met husband Peter, and the pair married in 1946 before moving to Helensburgh to be close to Peter’s job at the John Brown’s Shipyards in Dumbarton, where they welcomed their eldest son.