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Please help us to help those in need of a shelter during the winter months.

Palmers Green United Reformed Church are hosting our Churches Together Winter Night Respite for the first time in 2020. The shelter will be running on Wednesday nights into Thursday mornings from 3rd January to the 1st April 2020. Guests will arrive at 7.00pm and leave the next morning by 8.30pm.

WE URGENTLY NEED VOLUNTEERS to help out with the following:

  • Night shift (9.30pm - 6.30am)
  • Fundraising

If you are interested, please contact Estelle Müller () or Jane Reed () for a Volunteer Registration Form.

Organised by Churches Together in Palmers Green, Winchmore Hill and Grange Park in conjunction with APAP (All People All Places).

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