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Volunteers from Evergreen Care Trust in Stamford is ready to support elderly and vulnerable people during third lockdown

A charity that looks after those who are elderly and vulnerable cared for more than 300 people during 2020 - and is geared up to provide similar support again during the third lockdown.

Louise Marsh, who founded the Evergreen Care Trust, said just hours after Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the third national lockdown on Monday, volunteers had already stepped up to connect with people they had helped before.

She paid tribute to the “incredible outpouring of support” from the Stamford community, which saw Evergreen help more than 300 people during the first two lockdowns, including about 100 people it had never helped before, who were shielding.

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