The man who now helps run the highly successful Llangollen Coronavirus Help Group has sent out a message to local people who have volunteered to as it is revived to meet the new Covi-d19 threat.
Town councillor and town crier Austin (Chem) Cheminais said: "Originally set up and managed by Cat Meade and Paula Lingard, and ably assisted by Mike Connolly, the Coronavirus Help Group wound down once lockdown ended and Cat and Paula had to go back to work.
"When further restrictions were imposed on Denbighshire the operation was resurrected to provide help to people who could not or were frightened of leaving their homes to shop or collect prescriptions.
"A call was put out for volunteers. Once again Llangollen people volunteered to help.
"We want to thank all those individuals for their community spirit and generosity.
"It makes you proud to live in such a beautiful and supportive town.
"The take-up has been quite small largely because volunteers who gave support to people in the first phase have formed close relationships and are still helping out.
"If you need support or know of anyone who you think we could help you can contact: Austin Cheminais on 07813 761766, or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org