Help is at hand

Businesses from across Doncaster are contributing to make sure a Christmas meal is provided to the homeless on Christmas day.Pictured L-r Bridgette Perks, George Carr, Churches Together Central Doncaster, Geoff Smith, Wiltshire Farm foods, Marilyn Connell, Churches Together Doncaster Central and Joanne Sutton, M25 Housing and support group. Picture: Marie Caley D4384MC
Businesses from across Doncaster are contributing to make sure a Christmas meal is provided to the homeless on Christmas day.Pictured L-r Bridgette Perks, George Carr, Churches Together Central Doncaster, Geoff Smith, Wiltshire Farm foods, Marilyn Connell, Churches Together Doncaster Central and Joanne Sutton, M25 Housing and support group. Picture: Marie Caley D4384MC
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HOMELESS people in Doncaster will be given a hearty Christmas welcome and meal thanks to a series of generous donations.

The annual Christmas Cafe for the needy takes place between 11.30am and 3pm on Christmas Day at St Peter’s Church Hall in Chequer Road.

The drop-in cafe is organised by Christian group Churches Together and Father Gus O’Reilly, from St Peter’s, said: “The cafe has generated a great response from many people, especially volunteers who give their time to come and prepare food, talk to the guests, and give out the presents.”