Pret a Manger opens a home for rough sleepers

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Pret a Manger opens a home for rough sleepers

Having given away its surplus food to the homeless for the last 30 years, the sandwich chain Pret a Manger has now taken a bigger step forward in supporting rough sleepers.

The company has opened a new home, in partnership with the West London Mission, with room for 13 people, who will also be given work opportunities and pastoral support. 

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