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Coronavirus - local help available


As you will be more than aware, the restrictions and self-isolation advise provided by the Government, as a result of the Coronavirus, are only set to increase and look like they will be in place for some weeks, if not months.

If you need help with shopping, prescriptions and other errands, then there is help available.

A number of local residents are on stand-by to help. Food and other items can be left on the doorstep.

Please give Ruth Chew a call and you will be put in touch with a volunteer nearby who will help you in any way they can. We can also simply chat with you on the telephone if you are feeling lonely and isolated.

Ruth 07870 274 437

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