Hundreds of homeless people were given Christmas dinner when a city centre pub opened its doors for a special festive event.
Earlier this month the M.E.N. told how the Old Nags Head, in Jacksons Row, off Deansgate, planned to open on Christmas Day to bring some festive cheer to the city’s homeless.
Now pub landlord Sean Brett has declared the event a huge success, and says he plans to organise it again next year.
The pub was inundated with donations of clothes, food and other items to give away to the homeless on Christmas Day.
He says more than 300 people have passed through the pub during the day, enjoying some food and drink as well as being given donations.
There was also a hairdresser on hand to cut people’s hair.
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