28th July 2021

Llanelli Online News

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CHRISTMAS lunches will be supplied to the homeless and those finding themselves alone  thanks to a collaboration between Clare Doyle of CDSD Security and Alan Andrews of Chooselife.

In March at he beginning of lockdown Clare and her team provided accommodation and security for people including the homeless.

Clare lost the contract with Carmarthenshire County Council but continued to help others in a voluntary capacity.

Now Clare and her team have  put together a non profit organisation to provide  providing Christmas lunches.

Clare says that the support has been amazing and she would like to thank  all the sponsors people who have donated.

“We have been provided with enough donations to cater for 150 plus People,” said Clare. 

Clare said: “With the help of, Toppers, the Salvation Army, Co-op, Avos cafe, Kind earth, Chooselife, CDS Security, Coastal Park Accommodation, Red Graphic, Llanelli Online and Temple Treatments we would not of been able to do all this.

“We have raised a successful amount of funds via the crowdfunding Page to cover all the food.”

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Clare explained that Alan Andrews of Chooselife Llanelli had kindly donated  the use of his Kitchen on Copperworks Road.

She said: “We will be busy elves there from Christmas eve prepping & cooking, all in ready to provide takeaway & delivered Christmas dinners to the less fortunate.

“This is a open cause and we are asking the people of Carmarthenshire to help us, to help anyone in need this Christmas.

“Dinners will be collectable from the usual hatch at Chooselife Christmas Day 12pm-3pm.

“We are taking delivery requests by mobile 07388530328 & email cldoyle@hotmail.co.uk

“The Salvation army have chose to work with us this year to create magical moments certainly needed after the rollercoaster of 2020.

“We would like to wish you all a Merry and safe Christmas and pray for 2021 to be a better year.”

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