Council delivers 10,000 meals to vulnerable people across district
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A Norfolk council has announced it has delivered 10,000 meals to vulnerable residents across its district.
Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic Breckland Council has been working with a group of dedicated volunteers, partner organisations and local businesses to deliver hundreds of food parcels across the district.
Leader of Breckland Council Sam Chapman-Allen said: “I am incredibly proud of everyone who has contributed to supporting the most vulnerable residents in our communities.
“The team work has made a massive difference to so many people and I’m delighted to have reached such a tremendous milestone.
“The pandemic has brought many challenges, but the community spirit and resolve has truly shown the district at its best.”
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For more information on how Breckland residents can find support during this difficult time visit www.breckland.gov.uk/covid-19-guidance
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