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Fight against the hygiene social stigma

The project coordinator of a Lynn Hygiene Bank has said she has been “proud” to see the community tackling poverty together.

Katie Mathers offered to set up a hygiene bank for Lynn in 2018, and has so far arranged donation points at Wilko, the Body Shop, Ring Associates and Gaywood Tesco.

She said: “The Hygiene Bank has received lots and lots of support with so many donations so far.

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