Leeds's own Oulton Hall helping the homeless

Oulton Hall is getting involved in a new scheme that aims to bring the hotel and homeless sectors together to benefit some of society's most disadvantaged.

By The Newsroom
Saturday, 29th September 2018, 1:54 pm
Updated Saturday, 29th September 2018, 1:57 pm
INVOLVED: Oulton Hall is donating items to the homeless.
INVOLVED: Oulton Hall is donating items to the homeless.

The ‘Hotels4Homeless’ campaign is the brainchild of Maiden Voyage founder Carolyn Pearson. Some of the hotels featured on Maiden Voyage - including Oulton Hall in Leeds - have donated items such as old duvets, bedding, furniture and electrical items to help former homeless people as they move back into their own accommodation. The campaign is environmentally-friendly as it stops unused items ending up in landfill when hotels undergo refurbishment schemes. It is hoped that the scheme will inspire the hospitality industry as a whole to get on-board.