Soup kitchen volunteers to hold rummage sale in Caister to raise vital funds

A group of volunteers have set up a mobile soup kitchen that is now operationg in Yarmouth.
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A group of volunteers have set up a mobile soup kitchen that is now operationg in Yarmouth. David Cosby, Gary Ward, Victoria Seabright, Jake Filby and Diane Haworth. PHOTO: Nick Butcher - Credit: Nick Butcher

A group which runs a soup kitchen to help the homeless is holding a rummage sale to raise vital funds.

Tribal Trust is a group of volunteers who are on hand to help rough sleepers in Great Yarmouth town centre.

The group operate out of a converted mini bus and operate from the Market Place on Friday evenings, with plans to expand their operation in the future.

The 'mammoth' rummage sale is being held at The Centurion pub, in Ormesby Road, Caister on Saturday (February 18) from noon until 4pm.

There will be new and pre-loved items on sale, crafts and a tombola.


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They are already in talks with other charity groups in the area to collaborate their efforts and have some local shops on board to donate food.

The trust is looking for volunteers, donations and funding.

To find out more about the group and their volunteering go to: www.facebook.com/TblTrust

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