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Thursday, October 1, 2020

Local Ballymoney estates set up volunteers COVID-19 response group

Three housing estates in Ballymoney have came together to create a COVID-19 response team of volunteers.

The group of volunteers which have called themselves, ‘Glebeside, Carnany and Castle Street COVID-19 Response’, have over the past week called on volunteers within the three estates to come forward to help in whatever way they can – in the fight against the current COVID-19 crisis.

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As well as helping to co-ordinate help to the most vulnerable in these communities, the Facebook page will also provide support, information, the various activities surrounding their response to the virus and up to date current information on COVID-19.

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You can find all their information at their Facebook Page here.

However if you think you can offer help as a volunteer, then visit their volunteer group page, and leave your details

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