Sutton Coldfield Circle at its June meeting  welcomed Sharon Mc Call and Caroline Gorman  from Tabor Living who gave a presentation on the work of the charity which provides  better opportunities for people experiencing homelessness in Birmingham. Based at St Catherine’s  church in Bristol Street the charity works with people over 25 of any gender and  offers first steps and move on accommodation with tailored support for people at different stages of their journey away from homelessness.  Brother President Tony Walsh has chosen Tabor Living as his charity for his presidential year and  the circle will be organising a number of fund raising events for the  charity  providing  an essential facility helping the  homelessness situation within the city. The circle were also delighted to welcome  Brother Provincial President Jim Gillen  and  Brother Barry Tunnicliffe and his wife  Bernardette  from Stoke on Trent Circle .

 

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