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4 Weeks, 27 Days Responding

Lcat is doing exactly what it’s says on the tin!

FROM LRF

As of 24/04/20

730 door knocking safe and well checks completed

332 food parcels

46 prescriptions

Totalling 1108 interactions with our extremely vulnerable people here in Lincolnshire.

This is along with other volunteer groups. Certainly couldn’t do that many on our own!

Thanks to our members, especially our new members, who have and are putting in daily hours and miles to assist the vulnerable in Lincolnshire.

This is what L-CAT exists for. Not just now in these extreme times but in the past and the future.

PART OF A COMMUNITY ASSISTING THE COMMUNITY 

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Group Deployed

We been tasked by Lincolnshire Resilience Forum .

To deliver food parcels to most vulnerable .

#teamwork
#Covid_19

Stay in and Save Lives …

Follow NHS advice on Covid-19

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for a little info   about the LRF 

Local resilience forums (LRFs) are multi-agency partnerships made up of representatives from local public services, including the emergency services, local authorities, the NHS, the Environment Agency and others. These agencies are known as Category 1 Responders, as defined by the Civil Contingencies Act.

LRFs are supported by organisations, known as Category 2 responders, such as the Highways Agency and public utility companies. They have a responsibility to co-operate with Category 1 organisations and to share relevant information with the LRF. The geographical area the forums cover is based on police areas.

LRFs also work with other partners in the military and voluntary sectors who provide a valuable contribution to LRF work in emergency preparedness.

The LRFs aim to plan and prepare for localised incidents and catastrophic emergencies. They work to identify potential risks and produce emergency plans to either prevent or mitigate the impact of any incident on their local communities.