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5 days ago

Plymouth Soup Run
Even though the football was on, last night�Plymouth Soup Runp Run was still busy for the team Mutley Baptist Churchhurch. The winning goal was shared (via mobile phone) with shouts of jubilation at the Martin Street stop! The team served 78 people at the run plus 12 extra bags for friends and family not able to collect for themselves. Blankets and clothing, including underwear and lots of socks, were given out. Thanks to the team. ... See MoreSee Less
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6 days ago

Plymouth Soup Run
Before the team of volunteers went out from St Matts Plymouth for a busy night serving 90 people on Plymouth Soup Run, it was time to say “thank you and goodbye” to two very special volunteers, Paul Sloggett and Claire Sloggett. Paul and Claire’s contribution has been enormous. They will be missed by us all. ... See MoreSee Less
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6 days ago

Plymouth Soup Run
Hope Baptist Church organised Plymouth Soup Run on a wet but peaceful Monday night. Bev, Jaide and voluteers from HM Land Registry Plymouth Office were in the kitchen. Simon, Richard, Bronia and volunteers from #babcock served on the run. They were joined by StreetVet and Trevi Women. The team served 67 people plus 13 meals for people not able to come to the run. Three referrals were made to @Pathdevon. Thanks to ALL. ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

Plymouth Soup Run
The St Paul's EfPlymouth Soup Runp Run team were delighted to receive a donation of clothing fromEast End Development Trust Ltdt Ltd via Roger Compton and Julie Richardson. Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

Plymouth Soup Run
Once again, a huge thank you to A&B Potatoes and Harbourside Fish & Chips for their very generous donation. Everyone was delighted with the piping hot chips, a real treat, served with pasties/sausage rolls and snacks. A busy Sunday evening serving 121 meals but plenty of food for everyone. A special thank you to the younger members of our team from Goosewell Primary Academy and Plymstock School who join us on a regular basis. We love their hard work, enthusiasm and commitment, and really appreciate their help on a Sunday. Thanks to ALL ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

Plymouth Soup Run
A busy Saturday for the team from Plymouth Methodist Central Hall and St Peter & the Holy Apostles, Plymouth. Inspired by the day's football, they saw plenty of attack and action in the first quarter, a settled last three quarters and happy relief at the final whistle! It was a friendly match with 102 meals served😉. Great to be joined by Mike volunteering for the first time. Lots of clothes and one sleeping bag given out. Thanks to ALL. ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

Plymouth Soup Run
Many thanks to the team of Plymouth Soup Run volunteers who opened Shekinah on Saturday morning. 16 people came for breakfast and a chat, with some having a shower and clothes. Two sleeping bags and two rucksacks were given out, and a number of phones were charged. Updates were sent to the Path Devon Rough Sleeper Team.. ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

Plymouth Soup Run
Apart from the first stop which is always busy, it was a slightly quieter Friday for the Plymouth Christian Centre team. Four blankets were given out (donated by Argyle Community Trust) as well as two sleeping bags. Sadly, at the end of the week, there are often people just released from prison with no accommodation. Thanks to the team. ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

Plymouth Soup Run
Always good to have an extra pair of hands to help with Plymouth Soup Run. On Friday, Owen helped to collect the food from FareShare South West and unload it at Shekinah. He then packed 24 bags with nonperishable items ready for Saturday morning - and all with a smile on his face. Thanks Owen. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Plymouth Soup Run
An exceptionally busy Thursday for the team from #thecornwallbakery (Samworth Brothers) with 110 people served a selection of sandwiches, pasties, soup, snack bags and hot drinks. While there is currently a high-level of need, a few people did have more positive news to share. Thanks to all the team. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Plymouth Soup Run
The Plymouth Soup Run team from Mutley Baptist Church had a busy but peaceful evening on Wednesday. As is commonly the case now, they gave out over 100 meals. To be precise, they served 95 people on the run plus 9 more bags of food for friends/family not able to get to one of the stops. Five people were given sleeping bags or blankets and referred to Path Devon. Some clothes and toiletries were also given out by the team. Thanks to all the volunteers for their efforts. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Plymouth Soup Run
Every night is busy now, and Tuesday was no exception with over 100 people served, plus 8 bags for family/friends not able to get to the run. #SMSgroup/#southamptonmarineservices sponsored the run, organised by #babcock, with volunteers from both firms serving. Everyone was delighted with their food bag packed FULL of goodies. Thanks to ALL. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Plymouth Soup Run
On Monday, the Hope Baptist Church team found a calm, quiet atmosphere on Plymouth Soup Run. Jan and the kitchen team prepared pasta Bolognese, potato wedges, sandwiches etc. 100 people were served with plenty of food for all. Josh drove the run team on the bus along with prayer pastors Carl and Bronia. Two sleeping bags were given out and referrals made to Path Devon. StreetVet joined the run and were kept particularly busy. Thanks to ALL. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Plymouth Soup Run
A huge thank you to everybody who continues to buy items for Plymouth Soup Run from our Amazon wish list. Some gifts arrive anonymously, others with the name of the person who made the donation. Yesterday morning, our coordinator was asked for a rucksack and look what arrived during the day! Thank you ALL ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Plymouth Soup Run
Thanks to FareShare South West, there was plenty of food for the 110 people we served on Sunday evening. On the menu: a variety of pasties, cottage pie, yoghurt and bananas plus, for a change, some chicken tikka sandwiches. Updates on seven people were sent to the Path Devon Rough Sleeper Team. Thanks to ALL the volunteers. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Plymouth Soup Run
Many thanks to the four volunteers from the Lighthouse Community Centre CIC, Liskeard, who crossed the Tamar on Saturday to serve on Plymouth Soup Run. It was an eventful evening at times, with approximately 85 people served. As always, it was good to catch up with people and hear their news. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Plymouth Soup Run
On three nights this week, Prince's TrustTrust students City College Plymouthmouth had the experience of volunteerinPlymouth Soup Runp Run. On Wednesday, three students and their tutor joined the team Mutley Baptist Churchhurch in serving 95 people, with 10 bags provided for friends/family not able to collect for themselves. Lots of men's T-shirts, underwear and socks were given out, as well as four sleeping bags and five blankets. Thanks to all. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Plymouth Soup Run
Every Saturday morning, Plymouth Soup Run volunteers, together with a member of staff from Path Devon, open Shekinah for people who are #streethomeless. Breakfast, a packed lunch, showers, clothes, sleeping bags, rucksacks and advice are always available. Today we also topped up two mobile phones to help people stay in touch with support. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Plymouth Soup Run
Jack Skorecki works for #babcock in Devonport Royal Dockyard. In his free time, he volunteers with Plymouth Soup Run, supporting the Hope Baptist Church team. This is a cause very close to Jack's heart so he's going to jump out of a plane to raise funds! This will be to buy food/drink, sleeping bags and other necessities. His target is to raise a minimum of £500. You can read about Jack's motivation for this fantastic effort at www.gofundme.com/f/plymouth-soup-run-perranporth-sky-dive. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Plymouth Soup Run
On a beautiful Friday evening, the team from Plymouth Christian Centre served 87 bags of food and gave out 100 plus pasties, sausage rolls, and sausage and onion slices. There were also plenty of bananas. Two sleeping bags, toiletries and clothes were given out. As always, it was good to chat to people. Thanks to the team. ... See MoreSee Less
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