Introducing ... Kerry

Kerry lives in Harpenden with her husband and two children. She heard about the call for volunteers for the Harpenden Vaccination Centre through her son’s Scout group and since January has been a friendly, welcoming face at the Public Hall twice a week. 

Kerry says, “I'm really enjoying the role as, apart from getting me out of the house and having face to face conversations with real people outside my household bubble, both the Harpenden Trust and GP lead medical teams have been absolutely lovely to work with and the Vaccine Centre has been so well run with a great atmosphere. It also feels amazing to be part of the vaccine roll-out effort in the UK, a historic achievement! I'm really enjoying the small part I'm able to play along with my fellow volunteers, helping and reassuring people passing through the vaccine centre safely. It has been a very rewarding experience.”

 

(Note: Photograph taken at a time when the Centre was closed to the public).

 

18 March 2021

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