9th April 2020 | Covid-19

Food from Spectrum hub for most vulnerable

Guildford’s Spectrum Leisure Centre has become a key hub for distributing food supplies on behalf of the Government to hundreds of people across Surrey with medical conditions that make them extremely vulnerable to Covid-19. On 16th April, Surrey’s Lord-Lieutenant Michael More-Molyneux visited the hub and worked alongside those packing the food boxes for distribution. The Surrey Local Resilience Forum is co-ordinating a network of these hubs in each of Surrey’s districts and boroughs, organising support for anyone in the county who needs it – not just those who fall within the extremely vulnerable group. That support can be emergency food, help with shopping, prescription collections or care to deal with social isolation and loneliness.


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