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Manchester lifeshare soup kitchen
« on: 20:43:34, 10/02/19 »

A soup kitchen that "makes a big difference" to Manchester's homeless faces an uncertain future after being asked to leave its premises.

Lifeshare's kitchen has been housed in the Charter Street Mission for decades.

However, the mission's trustees said the building was no longer "fit for purpose" and the charity must leave by 19 February.

Lifeshare operations manager Judith Vickers said it was "sad because it has been [our] home for a very long time".

Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham, who has pledged to end rough sleeping in Manchester by 2020, said he would meet the charity to discuss the situation.
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