Community support during ‘Covid Crisis’

Ballykelly Men’s Shed and Community Assocation providing vital services to those in need during the pandemic

Community support during ‘Covid Crisis’

Ashleen Schenning, volunteer centre manager LCDI, second left, joins Ballykelly Mens Shed representatives Brian McCluskey, secretary and volunteer leader, John Lynch, volunteer, Barrie Jackson, chair

Elizabeth Moore

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Elizabeth Moore

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elizabeth.moore@thechronicle.uk.com

A SELFLESS group of volunteers at Ballykelly Men's Shed and Community Association have been working tirelessly throughout the Coronavirus pandemic, delivering essential services to vulnerable residents and helping those in need during these difficult times.

Whilst their services have been suspended following the second lockdown, this hasn't stopped the dedicated volunteers of Ballykelly Men's Shed and Community Association who have been responding to Covid related needs, supporting those who are facing hardship as a result of the pandemic.

The charity, located at Shackleton Drive, Ballykelly, provides a support network to both men and women where they can come together to share their own stories and enjoy each other's company whilst forming new relationships and learning new skills.

*Full story in this week's Constitution*

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