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Preston’s Sikh community run free kitchen for homeless

Posted on - 28th February, 2017 - 12:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Charities, Events, News, Preston City Centre
The kitchen for the homeless in full flow
The kitchen for the homeless in full flow

A food kitchen has helped feed dozens of homeless Prestonians.

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The city’s Sikh community launched their new monthly event.

Volunteers joined a worldwide moment to ensure those who need help are receiving it.

Under the cover of the city’s Fish Market canopy the soup kitchen was in full flow during Sunday (26 February) evening.

Those in need were given water, fruit and hot food during the event
Those in need were given water, fruit and hot food during the event

Guru Nanak’s free kitchen fed 60 to 70 people during the kitchen event.

Read more: Preston becomes a City of Sanctuary

Some of the volunteers at the Sikh kitchen
Some of the volunteers at the Sikh kitchen

The event had been due to take place on the Flag Market but was moved under cover due to the weather conditions.

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