Local SES workers help out those affected in Hunter region

LISMORE City SES volunteers have been rolling up their sleeves to help people impacted by this week's severe weather in the Hunter region.

Today the unit welcomed back four volunteers who have assisting with operations in the Hunter region.

Lismore City SES took to its Facebook page to announce the news.

"Welcome home and thank you," they posted.

"We also have another two members heading down today to assist over the weekend.

"There is still a lot of work to do down there and we wish them all the best."

 



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