POLICE officers in Barry have been helping those affected by the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
South Wales Police officers donated hundreds of products to the Ukrainian Humanitarian Relief at Princes Street Church in Barry.
Items included sanitary towels, nappies, shampoo, shower gel, plasters and other medical supplies, wipes, toothbrushes, toothpaste and deodorants.
Huge thank you to the officers/staff at Barry Police for their donations to the Ukrainian Humanitarian Relief at Princes Street Church, Barry. Diolch PCSO Donna Ryan for organising the collection👏🏼 🇺🇦 #CommunityEngagement
Diolch I PCSO Ryan am trefnu’r casgliad I Wcrain.🇺🇦🏴 pic.twitter.com/upZLsZaeQl
— South Wales Police Vale of Glamorgan (@SWPValeofGlam) March 15, 2022
It was organised by PCSO Donna Ryan.
Thousands of Ukrainians have fled the country following the February 24 invasion by Russian troops. People across South Wales have joined those in the UK and across the world in providing aid supplies and monetary donations to help those fleeing the country.
The Welsh Government has also announced that Ukrainian refugees who settle in Wales will be given free rail travel for up to six months.