Volunteers open up households to homeless people

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Volunteers open up households to homeless people

Householders are being asked to open up their homes to people living on the streets in the run up to Christmas.

The initiative, called Nightstop, has been set up by homeless charity De Paul.

Mark Robinson is one of the charity’s volunteers and offered up his spare room in Richmond to Jerrelle Rose. 

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