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I felt this should be shared. It was posted on our local group which is once more in action doing shopping, get prescriptions etc for those who must shield. But sadly most areas do not have a group of organised volunteers to call on.
If you have a neighbour who is elderly or in poor health let them know you are available to help with shopping etc. And give them your name, address and phone number so they can contact you if needed.
Our helpline has just recieved a call from a 94yr old man who lives on his own, and has had no bread and milk for 2 days. In these difficult times, may I please ask if everyone could keep a special eye out for their elderly and vulnerable neighbours.
Keep smiling because the light at the end of someone's tunnel may be you, Ron Cheneler
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Yes well said bb
Should check on your neighbours, it's the right thing to do.
Go an 88 year old lady lives next door, on her own,
And do you know what
She hasn't been to check on me once
Lazy thing. hasn't taken her milk in for 3 days
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Look out for everyone.
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