It is hard to believe we are in week five of lockdown (as at May 1st). For many people you may have settled into some form of routine, but for others it is a worrying and lonely time.
In Suffolk there are at least 1,500 community and neighbourhood groups working to help vulnerable people access the help and support they may need. These are groups that already existed or have formed since the pandemic. It is an inspiring effort. The work of these groups is being mapped by Community Action Suffolk with the support of district and borough councils, who are on the Collaborative Communities Covid-19 Board.
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