Your cast-offs can keep someone warm

The Snow Centre is collecting winter clothing for the homeless
The Snow Centre is collecting winter clothing for the homeless

The Snow Centre, in Hemel, has launched a campaign to help keep homeless people warm.

The indoor skiing and snowboarding venue is collecting unwanted cold-weather wear to donate to the homeless.

The Snow Centre has partnered with the charity Street Souls, and it’s asking customers and members of the public to help.

Until the end of February, The Snow Centre will be collecting unwanted winter clothing.

Socks, hats, jumpers, gloves, sleeping bags and all kinds of warm clothing are all welcomed.

Donations can be left at a collection point at The Snow Centre’s reception and all contributions will be distributed via Street Souls.