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A Dunblane pensioner stepped in to help some of Andy Murray’s most dedicated fans who had travelled hundreds of miles to watch his finest moment.

Fiona MacLeod and her three children made a last minute decision to travel to the tennis star’s home town of Dunblane to watch the Wimbledon final on Sunday.

They set off from their home in Dunnet Head,
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However, the family were set for a night of sleeping in the car before Dunblane resident Iain Jamieson stepped in to offer them a place to stay for the night.

Mrs MacLeod, 41, and her children Morven, 13, Neave, 11, and Lewis, eight spent the night at a howff owned by Mr Jamieson’s mother in law Bette Adamson.

Mrs Adamson, 83,
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She said: “Of course when Andy won it was great,
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“The howff has been used for many things but this was the first time it’s been slept in.”

The MacLeod family thanked Mrs Adamson for her generosity after bedding down for the night and stuck around in the town on Monday to enjoy the aftermath of the victory.

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