Businesses rally round Barnstaple food bank after break-in
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The Barnstaple branch of Northern Devon Foodbank has had new security fixtures donated and fitted after a Christmas break-in
Businesses in Barnstaple have helped the town’s food bank bolster their security in the wake of a break in.
The Northern Devon Foodbank branch in Rose Lane has had security fixtures donated and fitted after it was broken into over the Christmas period.
An estimated £1,000 of damage was done to the property, which is now back to full health.
Food bank co-ordinator Steve Copland said he was thankful for the support of M&E alarms, as well as Camel Glass and the local police.
“It’s great that the community is helping each other,” he added.
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M&E Alarms’ Martin Masters said: “We are happy to install the security equipment for Northern Devon Foodbank to assist with their good work.
“We’re also thankful to Edmundson Electricals at Roundswell who donated a security light.”
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