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South Holland community groups invited to apply for free face masks




Community groups helping elderly and vulnerable people in South Holland can get free masks from a countywide organisation.

Lincolnshire Community and Voluntary Service (LCVS) has 15,000 non-clinical face masks available to groups who need them.

David Fannin, LCVS chief executive, said: "The face masks are part of a consignment from the charity, Business in The Community (BITC), received by LCVS for onward distribution to voluntary and community groups in Lincolnshire.

Father Jonathan Sibley, vicar of St Mary's Church, Long Sutton, with some of the free face masks available from LCVS.Photo supplied. (42840122)
Father Jonathan Sibley, vicar of St Mary's Church, Long Sutton, with some of the free face masks available from LCVS.Photo supplied. (42840122)

"We are happy to help BITC get them to where they are most needed."

To find out more, email enquiry@lincolnshirecvs.org.uk using the heading "COVID non-clinical face masks FREE".

You should give brief details about your charity or group, a charity number (if registered), how many face masks are needed and why, a telephone number and address.

David Fannin, chief executive of Lincolnshire Community and Voluntary Service.
David Fannin, chief executive of Lincolnshire Community and Voluntary Service.

The masks need to be collected from the LCVS office in West Street, Boston, unless other arrangements can be made.



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