Coronavirus and CPRE Norfolk

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By Chris Dady, Chairman CPRE Norfolk
27th March 2020

A message from CPRE Norfolk.

The coronavirus outbreak brings with it unprecedented challenges for all of us, and our thoughts are with all those infected by the virus, and their loved ones, and those who are facing unexpected challenges.

For us the welfare of our staff and volunteers is paramount. That’s why our staff are working from home for the foreseeable future and all our events, that were due to take place over the coming months have been postponed. Our own meetings will take place online, and we are still able to pick up messages. We are committed to doing our bit to help slow the spread of the virus.

With Public Health England advising us all to avoid unnecessary physical contact, vulnerable people living in rural communities – including more elderly people – are of particular concern to CPRE. Through small acts of kindness, whether it be a kind message or phone call to someone you know is in need, or collecting shopping or medicines where they cannot be delivered, we will be able to ease the burden on those most vulnerable and support each other through the coming months. Let’s all look out for each other.

With best wishes to you and your loved ones

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