Stor­age would support home­less

Harefield Gazette - - NEWS -

DO YOU have a dry stor­age space about the size of a garage that you can spare?

If so, you would be help­ing a char­ity which helps home­less peo­ple in the bor­ough.

Out­reach Hilling­don, whose aim is to pro­vide ne­ces­si­ties for home­less peo­ple this win­ter, is also ap­peal­ing for do­na­tions of clean cloth­ing, sleep­ing bags, toi­letries, dog food (many home­less peo­ple have a ca­nine com­pan­ion) and any other things that would make life a lit­tle more bear­able this win­ter.

It needs stor­age for the items it col­lects.

Out­reach Hilling­don is af­fil­i­ated to the on­line com­paign #op­safewin­ter, which grew out of the Anony­mous ac­tivism move­ment.

It is ex­pect­ing de­liv­ery of three pal­lets of items shortly, and desperately needs some­where to store them un­til they can be handed out.

If you can help with stor­age or with do­na­tions, email glynisw40@hot­mail .com YOU’VE heard of a ghost ship – now try a spooky nar­row­boat.

Hilling­don Nar­row­boat As­so­ci­a­tion is of­fer­ing fright­fully good ex­cur­sions on Fri­day, Oc­to­ber 31 and Satur­day, Novem­ber 1 along the Grand Union Canal from The Coy Carp pub in Cop­per­mill Lane, Hare­field.

The Hal­loween-themed trips last about 45 min­utes and run ev­ery 30 min­utes from 5pm. Cost is £5, un­der-threes free.

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