Coronavirus in Scotland: From virtual coffee mornings to soup pots volunteers are doing their bit

  Herald Scotland 

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THERE is a pot of lentil soup on the stove at the Heart of Scotstoun. The aptly named community facility is just one of dozens of voluntary hubs which has had to adapt during the coronavirus crisis.
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