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  • Writer's pictureDan Heley

Big Worle gives helping hands during Covid-19

Big Worle is supporting residents in the Worle area by delivering boredom relief packs for children and distributing meals for people who are either isolating or have tested positive for Covid-19 in partnership with The Stable Café in Weston.

This week 30 boredom packs have been delivered to families in the Big Worle area. The packs include colouring pens and activity sheets with colouring pages, word searches and puzzle sheets.

Big Worle Chair Colin Golland said “We have had a fantastic response from residents who received the packs during the week. We are hoping to be able to do more of these in the next few weeks in the area.”

Big Worle has also been working in partnership with The Stable Café by donating towards the cost of meals being provided in the area for people who have tested positive or are isolating. Big Worle staff have been involved in the distribution of the food packs which include meals for 7 days to support families affected.

Big Worle Development and Delivery officer Mary Morgan said “Our resident-led partnership is keenly aware that people in the area are suffering as a result of COVID. They are keen to help relieve the difficulties people are facing. Providing the boredom packs and the food aid initiative are two very practical examples of the partnership’s concern for their community and the Big Local aim of making Worle an even better place to live.”

People who need a food pack can find details on Facebook at Big Worle or contact The Stable café on email



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