March 20, 2020 1.24 pm This story is over 44 months old

Police deliver food donation from Lincoln retail store

To help vulnerable people during the coronavirus crisis

Police and fashion & home retailer TK Maxx combined forces in Lincoln to help deliver food to vulnerable people in the city during the coronavirus crisis.

Lincoln Centre Police posted on social media that it was contacted by TK Maxx in Lincoln, which is closing temporarily and said the store had lots of food to give away.

There was lots of food left over, which police helped to deliver to places in need in Lincoln. Photo: Lincoln Centre Police

The American department store chain had already been in touch with food banks, but still had plenty left over.

Police delivered the remaining stock to Pathways, YMCA, Cornerhouse and Nomads homeless shelter in Lincoln.

Great work by Lincolnshire Police and TKMaxx in Lincoln. Photo: Lincoln Centre Police

With all the stockpiling and negativity surrounding the pandemic, it is great to see communities and services pulling together to spread some positivity in the city of Lincoln.

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