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Prime minister rewards Salford’s Betty Lowe for 95 years’ good deeds

October 21, 2014

Betty LoweA 106-year-old girl guide has been given a prime minster’s award for doing a good deed every day for 95 years.

Inspired by her Girl Guides’ Promise, Betty Lowe, from Salford, has been helping people since joining the movement and remains an active member.

She was given David Cameron’s Point of Light award, which recognises outstanding individual volunteers.

Miss Lowe, who has been volunteering at Salford Royal hospital for 40 years, has “enjoyed every minute of it”.

“I never married or had children but I feel like I’ve spent my life surrounded by wonderful people who I care about very much,” she said.

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