ESSENTIAL period products and new mothers' packs were distributed to people in the county.

The pop-up charity Oxfordshire Period Drive teamed up with the food bank Chipping Norton Larder to get tampons, pads and pantiliners to those self-isolating and the vulnerable.

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The organisation has also launched an online fundraiser to get the much-needed cash to supply the products, and with 29 dedicated supporters, it has almost reached its target of £600.

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