On Saturday Nov 25th, men from A Band Of Brothers Cornwall worked together on a community day at Butterfly Woods near Helston.

Chris CrawfordCommunity News, Cornwall

The woods and work are in honour of David Hawke-Treneer, who ended his life by suicide in 2013. David’s parents bought this small area of abandoned private woodland and have transformed it into a place of tranquillity and healing.It’s available for local schools and mental well-being groups.The day was spent painting a long fence, assembling a shed and laying gravel on a pathway.

Stacey Allsop delivers over 500 prescriptions to those shielding or self-isolating!

Robert HartleyAbandofbrothers News, Cornwall

A typical day used to involve teaching survival skills on a remote moor, or paddling his canoe down the Carrick Roads, but Stacey Allsop is now one of a huge team of volunteers that are delivering prescriptions to people who are shielding or self-isolating due to Covid-19. Read full story here: http://www.cornwallvsf.org/from-teaching-survival-skills-to-delivering-prescriptions-a-volunteers-story/