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Clothes donated to Salisbury homelessness service

31 December 2019

Supported housing residents in Salisbury have received a generous donation of clothing from the BBC.

Donated clothes at John Baker HouseThe clothes that were donated for residents of John Baker House.

The clothes were delivered to Sanctuary Supported Living’s John Baker House, which provides supported accommodation for single homeless people, by cast and crew members who have been filming in the area.

A wide range of garments, including everything from warm winter coats to summer dresses, had been worn during the production of a new drama being filmed in the area.

Kirsty Dudin, a regional business assistant for Sanctuary Supported Living, said: “We’d like to say a big thank you to the BBC for this extremely generous donation.

“Gestures like this make a real difference to our residents. There was a great selection and everyone enjoyed browsing through the clothes to find something they liked.”

Visit our Homelessness page for more information about homelessness support services.

We’d like to say a big thank you to the BBC for this extremely generous donation

Kirsty Dudin, Regional Business Assistant

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