A Portadown woman is collecting food donations for the rescue centre leading the search for missing town angler Daryl Burke.
Lynn Maxwell points out that the Rescue Centre at Hodson Bay has been providing food and refreshments free of charge for everyone involved in the rescue.
She said, “The centre relies on donations and I know everyone in our community wants to help so if you would like to donate food to be brought down to the rescue centre ,Killicomaine Jubilee Community Centre have kindly offered to help me in my mission to collect food donations.
“I will be there tonight (Tuesday) from 7-9pm and I will update daily if the search continues as to when someone will be at the Jubilee Centre to collect your donations.
“We need sandwich fillings, tea, coffee, sugar, milk, hot chocolate, cup-a-soup, biscuits, crisps, cans or small bottles of soft drinks. Anything that wud make a decent lunch for all the wonderful folk who are battling all weathers down there. Anything else you think would be of use, maybe you know someone who can provide disposeable cups, plates, napkins etc.”