A CHARITY that supports rural families is looking for more volunteers after bad weather increased its workload.
Heavy rain has meant the number of families the Lincolnshire Rural Support Network has helped this year has risen significantly.
The charity has appealed for more volunteers to help it continue its work.
Project manager Alison Twiddy said: “We rely on people who are good at listening to other people, who can help them find a way through their problems and also people who could help to spread the word and raise the profile of what we do.”
To find out how to help visit www.lrsn.co.uk