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South Norfolk Council has rebranded three of its bin lorries to help get crucial messages about coronavirus out into the community.

Two of the lorries are carrying a support and advice line number (0344 8008020) and feature a boy at a window holding a picture of a rainbow, symbolising hope and togetherness.

The other carries the website address for Voluntary Norfolk (voluntarynorfolk.org.uk) and has the image of someone dropping off boxes of food outside a vulnerable person’s house, something that is being done by volunteers around the country every day.

One of the bin lorries with the branded messages from South Norfolk Council.Picture: Contributed
One of the bin lorries with the branded messages from South Norfolk Council.Picture: Contributed

Trevor Holden, the council’s managing director, said: “We are using every channel we have to get these critical messages out there that could be the difference between life and death.

“There are people in our community without access to the internet, so it’s crucial we do all we can to reach them and let them know that we are here to help.

“Equally, if someone is sitting at home with time to spare, then please get in touch and make a difference by joining the volunteers that are helping to save lives.”



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