The Laurieton Flood Centre has provided aid to more than two hundred people in the Camden Haven and Hastings

OPEN TO HELP: The Flood Relief Centre in Laurieton. Photo: Supplied.
OPEN TO HELP: The Flood Relief Centre in Laurieton. Photo: Supplied.

The Laurieton Flood Centre has provided donated goods to flood affected victims in the Hastings and Camden Haven areas for several months since the March floods.

More than two hundred people have already benefited from this service and we wish to continue until late this year.

The centre located in the former Camden Haven Courier office at 57 Bold Street has been providing goods kindly donated by an incredibly generous community, under the auspices of the Anglican Op Shop.

These people who have yet to avail themselves of this service are invited to do so between 9am and noon on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Most items are available including the kitchen sink, but we're in need of garden and handyman tools such as lawnmowers and whipper snippers.

Donated items can be left at the centre at 57 Bold Street or collected by arrangement if unable to do so.

HARD AT WORK: Convener of operations Evette Attlaon with Jo Rodwell, Leanness Taylor and Rose Campbell.

HARD AT WORK: Convener of operations Evette Attlaon with Jo Rodwell, Leanness Taylor and Rose Campbell.