Leeds homelessness charity’s hit book

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A LEEDS city centre charity is celebrating after a book which tells first hand stories of homeless people raised £7.000.

St George’s Crypt’s book Entertaining More Angels was written by people involved in running the charity and those helped by it. Proceeds from the book, which is available from Waterstones and St George’s Crypt directly, will go direct to the charity.

Leeds College of Art staff and students helped create the book. Edward Ryder, from creative agency Biskit who designed and printed the book, said: “We’re thrilled to see how much the book has already raised for St George’s Crypt and we hope this continues to rise.”

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