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ICT TogetherNess hits the road with over 100 deliveries in a week


By Andrew Henderson


Inverness Caledonian Thistle have already delivered packages to over 100 households as part of the ICT TogetherNess scheme.

Caley Thistle announced one week ago today that they were starting the programme to help vulnerable groups during the coronavirus pandemic.

The club appealed for donations of food and household essentials, which they would then build packages from that would go directly to supporters in need by staff, management and players.

Manager John Robertson, assistant Scott Kellacher and players Mark Ridgers and James Keatings hit the road yesterday to deliver some of those packages to pensioners in isolation.

See pictures of some of the deliveries below.

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