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Free COVID packs given out in Crowthorne

Cllr Michael Gbadebo and other Councillors handing out free COVID packs

To help keep shoppers safe in the run up to Christmas, the council had a number of people out and about in Crowthorne last week to offer COVID-19 support and advice.

Deputy Mayor Cllr Michael Gbadebo and Mayoress Pepita Gbadebo; Crowthorne borough and parish councillor Cllr Mrs Tina McKenzie-Boyle and Vice Chairman of Crowthorne Parish Council Cllr Bruce McKenzie-Boyle met at Crowthorne Market to meet traders before moving on to visit businesses and meet residents in the high street.

Together they handed out free face coverings and anti-bacterial hand gel to shoppers as part of the council’s effort to remind people to follow the rules in the lead up to Christmas.

Deputy Mayor, Cllr Michael Gdadebo, said:

“It is great to see our Crowthorne residents make use of our local businesses. It’s fantastic to see so many people shopping locally but please remember that the COVID restrictions are still in place. Only go shopping with members of your own household and just remember – hands, face, space.”