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29 May 2022

Kildare man on 2,500km humanitarian trip from Athy to Poland/Ukraine border

Kildare man on 2,500km humanitarian trip from Athy to Poland/Ukraine border

Callum Anderson and his daughter Eabha before departure

An Athy-based transport firm is currently sending a lorry with humanitarian aid to the Ukraine/Poland border.

Callum Anderson of A Transport Ltd Athy is carrying goods donated by local people such as warm clothes, first aid kits, sleeping bags, medication and flashlights.

The trip to Przemysl in Poland will take three to four days across mainland Europe. 

Callum has also been helped out by local sponsors such as Conlan Oils Athy and Meadowbrooke Farms in Grangecon, Co Wicklow.

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