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08 November 2007
Issue: 7296 / Categories: News , Housing

In brief

Housing, legal and welfare advice specialists are being urged by Crisis to volunteer their services and help homeless people in London over the festive season. The charity wants an advice centre run by the volunteers to form an integral part of the services on offer to the homeless during Crisis Open Christmas (COC) from 23–30 December. Eight temporary centres will be set up in London by Crisis as part of the COC campaign to provide companionship and hot meals to the homeless as well as advice, health checks, training and further education opportunities. To find out more call 0207 426 3875 or apply online at www.crisis.org.uk.

Issue: 7296 / Categories: News , Housing
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