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London soup kitchens swing into full action again

13 May 2021

As lockdown measures begin to relax, members and Companions of the Order have stepped back into their weekly service to provide food and clothing to homeless guests. There are now three soup kitchens operating in London – in Marylebone (2) and Wandsworth (1), plus the Wednesday Breakfast Club in Soho, each offering a hot meal of a main course and pudding, and a range of juices, tea and coffee.
Social distancing and hygiene rules are strictly adhered to, whilst companionship and support for our homeless guests continues unabated.

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