There are no trains on Christmas Day, but there’s going to be plenty going on at a London railway station

TOMORROW Euston Station in the centre of London will be open to 200 homeless people sleeping on the streets of the city.

Thirty station staff have volunteered to work on Christmas Day alongside the St Mungo’s and Streets Kitchen charities to provide dinner and company for the special guests.

Jo Glackin from Streets Kitchen, providing the food for the day, is excited about the innovative London event.

“This is a shining example of local businesses, community groups and individuals coming together at Christmas in solidarity to assist others in need over Christmas,” she said.

 

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