Leeds Rhinos players and volunteers tucked up for city's Big Sleep

Hannah Thaxter and Leeds Rhinos ready to sleep rough for charity.
Hannah Thaxter and Leeds Rhinos ready to sleep rough for charity.
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Rugby stars and volunteers, including the Yorkshire Evening Post editor Hannah Thaxter, slept rough last night to help raise funds for some of the city’s most vulnerable people.

Players from Leeds Rhinos were joined by volunteers from Leeds Rhinos Foundation, St George’s Crypt and St Gemma’s Hospice as they got tucked in their sleeping bags to shelter from Storm Diana at the sleep out at Emeral Headingley.

Volunteers from St Gemma's Hospice show their support.

Volunteers from St Gemma's Hospice show their support.

Player Anthony Mullally said it was going to be cold but just a small insight into what homeless people go through.

All smiles from St George's Crypt

All smiles from St George's Crypt

Members of the Leeds Rhinos Community Foundation get involved.

Members of the Leeds Rhinos Community Foundation get involved.