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    Weʼve raised £0 to Cover the costs of printing leaflets and posters for the demo on 20th September 2017 (and any subsequent ones); plus some phone credit.

    Somewhere on the pavement, Brighton
    Closed on Sunday, 15th October 2017

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    Brian is 67 and a lifelong Brighton resident. He has been injured in service and ran a community cafe for years with his wife, giving free meals to the homeless on Sundays. Since his wife died his life has fallen apart and the contribution he has given to society has not been returned. We are organising a demo and publicity campaign in Brighton to highlight his case and that of other homeless pensioners, vulnerable adults and youth, and the homeless in general. We are trying to raise a modest amount to cover printing costs for flyers and posters, mobile phone credit, some food for the organisers on the day, and maybe even a night in a hostel with a soft bed for Brian after the demo.

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        Robert Coch

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        Somewhere on the pavement, Brighton

        My name is Robert Coch. I met Brian whilst on the streets in Brighton. He never asks for anything from those who are struggling themselves (i.e., pretty much all of us), but the fifth richest nation in the world ought to be able to provide a cancer-ridden veteran with a roof.

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