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Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Ballymoney Foodbank resumes Tesco food collection

The Ballymoney Foodbank will be holding their first food collections at Tesco since lockdown, on Thursday, Friday & Saturday of this week.

Like previous collections, customer can make donations by placing them in the boxes provided at the front entrance foyer to the store.

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Unlike before however, none of the Foodbank volunteers will be on hand to say thank you due to he current regulations in place, instead they have issued they’re thanks ahead of the collection.

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Peter Rollins, Director for Ballymoney Foodbank has said:

“We would like to thank Tesco for facilitating our collection at this time and for their continued support.

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“As always all donations are greatly appreciated and thank you for helping those in need in our local community. If you have any queries please don’t hesitate to contact Peter 07565 840571.”

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