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Monday, September 21, 2020

Nominate ‘ISeeYouCare’ to help build a Community Sensory Garden.
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ISeeYouCare is a new Contact Centre providing children’s resources in one place. They are currently looking for nominations to help build a Community Sensory Garden. You can help via the Lidl Community Works programme.

  
Paul Allen explains why they need your nomination, 

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“Can You Help Us ! Here at iseeyoucareni We Have A Plan ! We would love to bring to the Community and Across the North Coast a Children’s Community Sensory Garden ! We Need Your Help ! The Children’s Community Sensory Garden will offer Support and Learning – Children’s Art Workshops – Farm Animals – Children’s Yoga and School Days out.. Lidl are offering the Support we need.. But we have to be Nominated By Our Community .. Please Show Your Support and Let’s Get This Much Needed Children’s Community Sensory Garden Built! Follow the Link >> http://www.lidl-ni.co.uk/en/lidl-community-works-form.htm And Tell them WHY.. This Would be Great for Our Community.. Many Thanks for All Your Support 🙂 Fingers”

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Find details of the new contact centre and everything else they have planned at they website.

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