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Friday Food provides a free, hot nutritious meal for the homeless and those who struggle to feed themselves. During its first three months, 54 different people have used the drop-in facility with an average of around 10 guests each night.

The meals are provided by 9 different volunteers and a rota of 27 people, all recruited, trained and DBS checked, share a rota of Team Leader, Security, Hospitality and Kitchen.

The meals have been much appreciated, and while the primary aim of the project has been to provide good food and a welcome to people on the margins of society, it has also been able to provide some additional support in particular circumstances.

To read Ken's full report, click here.

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