On Thursday, a ‘pop up shop’ will be opened to help homeless people.
Online shop, Crack+Cider is for people to buy necessary items for the homeless or newly housed people in supported living.
Fleurie Amorette who will be giving out the essential packs, says items inside are what “we take for granted.”
The shop aims to help the homeless as an alternative to giving out cash.
The Bournemouth launch will be open to the public, on Thursday January 18 at 6pm, South Coast Roast coffee shop on Richmond Hill.
South Coast Roast will host a Crack+Cider ‘pop-up’ shop from 6-9pm on Thursday, offering the opportunity for the public to buy the very first items from the Bournemouth Crack+Cider store.
Fleurie said “I am sorry for the huge amount of people that are living on our streets.”
Free places at Thursday’s event can be booked by visiting: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/crackcider-bournemouth-launch-tickets-41698733033?aff=eac2