Keighley donate 5,000 face masks to frontline workers

Keighley are donating 5,000 to organisations who are in need of vital PPE equipment.

The coronavirus pandemic has left the NHS and other vital services on the frontline needed an increased amount of PPE equipment to keep safe from the virus.

Keighley have donated 2,000 masks to Airedale Hospital, with Manorlands taking a further 1,000 masks.

The club still has 2,000 face masks available for free for the local and wider community, whether this be frontline providers such as care homes or people caring for those at high risk.

The face masks come in packs of 50 masks, but the club can accommodate packs of a smaller size should a fewer number be required. If you require any face masks, email

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