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Thursday, January 28, 2021

Ballymoney RBL branch supporting local Foodbank

The Ballymoney RBL Branch & Social Club presented cheques to Peter Rollins from Ballymoney Foodbank on Friday morning.

As the COVID-19 crisis continues and more individuals and family’s feel the strain, so to does the pressure on resources like the Foodbank increase.

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A spokesperson from Ballymoney TBL said;

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“Ballymoney Foodbank are already beginning to feel the strain on resources as a result of increasing demand due to the coronavirus pandemic.

“Peter thanked Sammy & Mark for the generous donation, assuring them that it would be put to good use in supporting the vulnerable and at risk in our community.”

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