Homeless set for festive food

L-r Martin Wileman, of Salvation Army, Marilyn Connell, chairman of Churches together, Geoff Smith, Wiltshire Farm Foods, Ian Smith, Co-operative Funeralcare, Nigel Walker, M25 Housing and support group,Father Gus O'Reilly, of St Peter's in Chains church and George Carr, of Priory Place Methodist church pictured with supplies for the Christmas cafe. Picture: Marie Caley D3182MC

L-r Martin Wileman, of Salvation Army, Marilyn Connell, chairman of Churches together, Geoff Smith, Wiltshire Farm Foods, Ian Smith, Co-operative Funeralcare, Nigel Walker, M25 Housing and support group,Father Gus O'Reilly, of St Peter's in Chains church and George Carr, of Priory Place Methodist church pictured with supplies for the Christmas cafe. Picture: Marie Caley D3182MC

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HOMELESS people are set for a Christmas to remember thanks to a series of donations.

Christmas Day will see 80 of the town’s victims of homelessness tuck into a three course festive meal from 11.30am to 3pm at St Peter in Chains Church drop-in centre on Chequer Road.

The annual Christmas Cafe, organised by Churches Together, has been made possible thanks to donations from the Salvation Army, Wiltshire Farm Foods, Co-operative Funeralcare and the M25 Housing and support group,

Organised by Churches Together in Central Doncaster, those attending will also be given an evening meal as well as a toiletries package which includes soap, a flannel, razors, shaving foam, comb, toothbrush, toothpaste, socks and deodorant. There will also be presents of woolly hats, scarves, gloves and jumpers available.