Bonnyrigg Rose Community Football Club

Emergency Grocery Service…

Thursday 2nd April 2020

The Football Club along with other Community Groups in the area , ( Bonnyrigg Neighbourhood Help , Bonnyrigg Community Events, Bonnyrigg After School Club, Bonnyrigg Community Development Trust Bonnyrigg and Lasswade Community  Council and Poltonhall Community Council have come together to help where we  can in supporting the community in this current Covid 19 crisis. Local organisations are co- ordinating helpers for those that need support to get shopping or need prescriptions and through funding allocated by Midlothian Council there have been two pop up emergency grocery points created to make sure no one goes without the essential items we all need to survive.

If you need someone to help get your shopping and have the means to pay yourself  –  please go on to facebook – look for the ‘ Bonnyrigg Neighbourhood Help’ page and you will guided to complete a form.

If you need help to fund essentials and need some groceries  please get in touch  with the following organisations

We’re here to help  …

https://www.facebook.com/Bonnyrigg-Emergency-Response-Team-102672371395197/

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