Homeless helped

1st January 2010 at 00:00

Newham College and Ealing and Hammersmith College opened their doors to the homeless over Christmas as part of an initiative run by the charity Crisis aimed at getting people back into learning. The colleges helped run taster sessions across a range of subjects in a bid to inspire them to restart and continue learning through the Crisis Skylight training centre in London.

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