Cobblers fans dig deep to help Northampton Hope Centre

More than 100 items have been handed over to Northampton Hope Centre thanks to a Christmas appeal by Cobblers.

Friday, 9th December 2016, 4:05 pm
Updated Wednesday, 14th December 2016, 1:57 pm
Picture: Northampton Town

Food items and self care and cleaning equipment plus clothing have been donated, and on Thursday Paul Anderson and Aaron Phillips were on hand to present these items to the Hope Centre.

"We are delighted with how successful the appeal has been," said Cobblers chief executive James Whiting.

"We would like to thank everyone who has donated items in support of this and we are pleased to have played our part.

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"We hope that this helps makes the festive season a little brighter for the users of the Hope Centre."

Sue Wright, from the Northampton Hope Centre, said: "The continuing support that Northampton Town FC give to the Hope Centre is very much appreciated.

"The winter months are always difficult for those who are homeless and in need, especially Christmas time. The donations the club and their supporters have provided will help us to help those in need."