With the Coronavirus emergency unlikely to be lifted by the government until May at the earliest, the Volunteer Group in Long Wittenham continues to offer help and support to residents.
Since the lockdown, volunteers have been busy helping isolated and lonely people with a host of errands including prescription collections from Clifton Hampden surgery and pharmacies in Didcot and Wallingford, carrying out shopping trips, and providing transport for people to get to hospital appointments.
Co-ordinating the volunteer group is Parish Councillor Sally Duff who said: “I continue to be amazed at the help and generosity of villagers in the face of this emergency. More volunteers are coming forward as we continue to look after each other.”
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