Supermarket donates T-shirts to domestic abuse charity
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A Thorpe St Andrew supermarket has donated T-shirts to people being supported by a domestic abuse charity.
Sainsbury's, on Pound Lane, provided the clothing to Leeway, which operates safe houses across Norfolk for domestic abuse victims.
The charity's chief executive Mandy Procter said the T-shirts were a 'fabulous resource' and would make a real difference to people leaving abusive relationships.
She said: 'Having a stock of brand new T-shirts is a fabulous resource.
'Many of the women and children using our safe houses leave abusive relationships in a hurry and they will often arrive at Leeway with very few clothes or possessions
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'We also support men leaving abusive relationships and provide temporary accommodation for them and their children.'
Leeway is a local charity offering advice, support and information to victims of domestic abuse.
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