We do what we can – all of us – every day, to try and help each other and our communities through these really tough times. Here at Ballyprint we found ourselves with a huge stockpile of paper that was surplus to our requirements, so we came up with a way we could make use of it to help others. We offered 8 pallets of paper to local schools and community projects, and yesterday we were out getting them delivered! It was terrific to see so many happy, grateful faces!! We are sure that during this unprecedented pandemic, when schoolchildren – and particularly the kids of key workers – are finding it difficult to keep up with homework and projects, they will find a great use for this paper to help out with arts and crafts projects – or just to let off steam with some scribbling! Our thanks to everyone who took part in our recent giveaway – and happy crafting!!

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