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SRPS Steam Group Aug 4
Whilst most of our paid staff remain on furlough, are back on site, focusing on maintenance on No. 1 and 19. Progress is also picking up on the overhaul of privately owned BR Std 4 No. 80105, shown in the photos. 📸 W. Mason ^JS
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Afya Foundation 5m
Afya’s warehouse is always full of sorting vital medical material and that we send to our partners! So many people and partners help keep Afya moving. One volunteer, Nori, is using her time at home to create beautiful illustrations, including this one!
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Oxfam Bookshop Royal Exchange Square Jul 31
1/2: Our plexi-screen has been fitted at our till, with our saying it feels like being in a fish tank! 🐠🐡😆 Our Shop Manager, Hannah, designed this beautiful & special “floral” pattern, with many people saying it looks like something from “Romeo and Juliet”! 🎭🌿😆
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TPM SOLUTIONS INC. 5m
Our TPM Solutions provide flooring repairs along with other essential repair and maintenance services to our neighbors in need across . To learn more about our services visit our website — and contact us if you are in need!
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Rhyl RNLI 19h
It was great for our crew to be back on exercise today for the first time in a while! We spent the day working hard and putting the crew through their paces, ensuring we are as ready as always for the next shout.
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George Charlton Aug 2
Such a postive bit of reporting and good to know the made such a positive impact 💛
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Nottinghamshopmind Aug 1
Open today with some fabulous summer bargains. needed. Can you spare an hour or two a week and join our lovely team? We look forward to seeing you soon
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Woking Age Concern Aug 4
Special delivery to one of our wonderful volunteers who is celebrating 5 years with Woking Age Concern. Thank you once again to Nicola at The Floral Project.
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Cobh Tidy Towns🌻 19h
Before the rain arrived with the yellow rain warning we got benches prepped & painted as well as paths weeded and swept. All in <60mins 🤜🏻🤛🏻
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MVSC Volunteering Aug 4
The amazing Home Visits Library service, run by , is looking for to help with selecting books, organising books in the library, admin help and drivers to deliver books to residents, can you help? Please RT a spread the word 👍
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European Youth ❤️🇪🇺 Jul 29
Dear holiday makers, we wish you great time with your family & friends! Remember to take all your belongings with you 'cos the things you leave behind hurt 🌊, the🐟and creatures around oceans. Sincerely yours, Photo ➡️ Laura 🇮🇹 🇬🇷
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Bangladesh Red Crescent Society (BDRCS) Aug 1
It's our who made the difference. Thank you all. Eid Mubarak.
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Sustrans Waves in Weston Aug 3
Brilliant to be back meeting w & having a socially distanced picnic & planning a few small scale activities over the summer, watch this space for.... * ditch the stabilisers * litter picking * Bike maintenance * family walks & trails
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Llangattock Litter Aug 3
Litter pick results: 2 today picked ¾ of a bag of from 5.8 miles of verge on the Hafod Road (Brynmawr>Llangattock) representing a month's worth of litter and crossed three counties on the route. Beautiful views helped by the sunny weather!
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EVERALD COMPTON Aug 3
across Australia are closing down. dont turn up for fear of Covid19. Donors have no money to give. Huge tragedy. When lockdown began in residential towers thousands would have starved if charities had not bankrupted themselves getting them food.
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Humanity First International Jul 29
Humanity First has been responding to the pandemic in 75 countries thanks to > 3,500 and so far assisted almost 800,000 people
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Roger Hocking - NTL Sgt Aug 2
A huge thanks to Special Constable Mike 'Radar' Lynch. Since he was furloughed at the end of March he has completed 727 duty hours on the policing front line, throughout the COVID emergency - all unpaid! He is back to his day job on Monday.
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Heather Utter 15h
Adams County Farm Bureau Annual Meeting. Making the most out of the year.
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Ipswich Maritime Trust 21h
Our met up for the first time since March today. Social distancing and wearing masks the team sorted and organised some images we will be using in our new display. Which we aim to install in September 😀 It was perfect weather to see each other again 👍
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Arts Drop Aug 1
Sterling job from the today. They have been absolutely brilliant. We couldn’t do this without them. 34,000 pipe cleaners prepped 23,000 pieces of coloured paper folded 6,500 jumbo crayons organised 1,150 clipboards unpacked Plus loads more... Thank you!
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