Norwich based homelessness charity St Martins is listed in the Sunday Times 100 Best Not for Profit Companies to Work for 2020.
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A weekend of events focusing on homelessness was held at Norwich Cathedral, including a sleepout, a living library, a book talk and information about how the public can help.
The money was raised over the past twelve months mainly from collecting outside major supermarkets, an effort co-ordinated by Old Buckenham resident Michael Bartlett, who has been a committed supporter of St Martins for many years.