First I’d like to say thank you for all the help that I got during lockdown and to the present day.
I’d also like to say a huge thank you to the volunteer the council got to help me with all my needs while isolating, that man was a god send. He helped me so much with shopping and any other needs I needed like going the post office and so on. Every time I needed help he was there, people like him should get a community reward, but most of all I’ve made a new friend. Funny thing is, he helped more than my family bothered; there are still good people around. Also, I’d like to say ‘thank you’ for the food parcel I got, it helped so much thank you.
Now we are going into a second wave of Covid 19, I don’t feel as apprehensive knowing that I have good people around me that will help. So thank you so much to everyone.
“Funny thing is, he helped more than my family bothered; there are still good people around.”
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