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24/07/2021

Longford Community Resources Clg continues to deliver support during Covid-19 lockdown

Longford Community Resources Clg continues to deliver support during Covid-19 lockdown

Ciaran Lennon (LCRL) and Gerry Smyth (LCRL) delivering food parcels, photo taken in May 2020

Longford Community Resources Clg continues to deliver support to individuals and communities experiencing disadvantage throughout the county.  

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Due to Level 5 restrictions these supports are now delivered mostly by phone or on-line.

Supports include:

  • Providing advice and information on entitlements;
  • Assisting people with CVs, job applications and interviews;
  • Assisting people identify and access accredited and non-accredited education and training;
  • Setting up your own business (if you are currently unemployed and in receipt of a Social Welfare payment).

Longford Community Resources also support several community groups including health and well-being groups; on-line crafts groups; ethnic minority groups; English conversation classes; parent and toddler groups; intercultural women’s groups; Older People’s Network and Alzheimer’s Café, etc.

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For further information on any of the free services available please contact Longford Community Resources on 043 334 5555 or email: enquiries@lcrl.ie

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