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Our story about Cam­bus­lang lad Bobby McGre­gor who beat can­cer af­ter un­der­go­ing over 1,000 days of chemo­ther­apy struck a chord with read­ers on social me­dia. Here is what you had to say: “H e was in my work the day he got the all clear, I was cry­ing talk­ing to him and his gran, what a cracker of a wee boy.”- Claire McGuin­ness

“Wow, amaz­ing and emo­tional.”- Jane Les­lie

“God bless you Bobby and your fam­ily. You have won a mas­sive fight.”- San­dra Brown

“Con­grats Whit­ney, you have a wee fighter on your hands. So pleased for you all. En­joy hav­ing your boy back. Amaz­ing news.”- Jackie Brown

“This made me cry, so in­spi­ra­tional, it’s amaz­ing what peo­ple go through.” - Kat Row­ley

“So happy to hear the good news Whit­ney. Hope Bobby en­joys his year be­fore start­ing school. God bless .”Jac­que­line Muir

“Aww so happy to hear your good news. En­joy your wee boy, there will be no stop­ping him now.” Chris­tine An­drew

There was dis­agree­ment on our story about in­spec­tors wit­ness­ing is­sues at Cam­bus­lang Out of School Care Project:

“Typ­i­cal Re­former try­ing to bring down a fan­tas­tic lo­cal child­care fa­cil­ity, who are ab­so­lutely child cen­tred and pro­vide a safe nur­tur­ing en­vi­ron­ment. Shame on you for sen­sa­tion­al­is­ing a mi­nor con­cern in a con­trived in­spec­tion re­port.”- Louise OConell

“Not that fan­tas­tic when a child can leave the build­ing un­no­ticed. I’d be fu­ri­ous if it was my child, and the amount of money paid to th­ese peo­ple is phe­nom­e­nal so I’d ex­pect eyes glued to my child for the full three hours. As for the kitchen door ajar, my grand­daugh­ter is not al­lowed in my kitchen when I’m cook­ing let alone let loose in a pro­fes­sional fa­cil­ity.” Sheena McGovern Healy

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