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Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Community Carers on the ground in Ballymoney

Community Carers are now on the ground in the Glebeside, Carnany, Castle Street and Westgate areas of the town, in the fight against COVID-19.

The volunteers will provide support, when needed, to those who have been identified as the most vulnerable in the community.

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Over the coming weeks the Department of the Communities will be providing food parcels to the most vulnerable in our society. If you feel you or others are in this category, then call 0808 802 0020 to register for the food parcel.

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If you qualify, Causeway Council will provide a food parcel that person with a food parcel.

A spokesperson for the group has said:

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“We are taking a collaborative approach across the three communities Glebeside, Carnany and Castle Street in Ballymoney town to support the most vulnerable during this time of crisis.

“We aim to help with essential supplies, a friendly phone call or dog walking where possible. As things develop this could change and we will adapt to it however we NEED volunteers to support us.”

If your able to volunteer and provide support in any way, please get in contact with the one of the representatives from the relevant communities.
Glebeside 07419983974
Carnany 07756705361
Castle Street 07907406751
Westgate 07484705678

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