Public urged to experience ‘walking in shoes of a homeless person’ for Sheffield charity
0 Have your say Big-hearted Sheffield residents are being urged to ‘walk five miles in the shoes of a homeless person’ in aid of a charity that helps people living on the streets.
Members of the public are invited to take part in the ‘Walk In My Shoes’ five mile sponsored walk in aid of the city-based Cathedral Archer Project.
Event organisers said they chose to do a sponsored walk in a bid to replicate some of the physical strain homeless people endure walking from place to place.
Tim Renshaw, chief executive of the Cathedral Archer Project, said: “The people we support tell us they spend... read more
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