Beverley Quakers have raised over £250 for the charity Shelter by singing carols in Beverley Town Centre.
Shelter is a charity that helps millions of people every year struggling with bad housing or homelessness.
As a charity they provide advice, support and legal services and campaign to make sure that one day, no one will have to turn to them for help.
Phil Entwistle, who organised the event, said;
“We were delighted that so many people stopped to support our collection.”
“A big thank you to all who contributed.”
Beverley Quakers share a way of life rather than a set of beliefs as they seek to experience God directly, within themselves and in their relationships with others and the world around them.
Their meetings for worship are held in silence and all are welcome.
Meeting for Worship at Beverley takes place at 10:30 on Sundays, and there are also lunchtime and evening midweek meetings once a month.
To find out more please visit www.beverleyquakers.org.uk
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