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Homeless sign up for Recovery College

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An innovative college for homeless people in London, the first of its kind in the country, is attracting hundreds of students.

Recovery College, set up in Southwark by St Mungo's charity, is providing courses which improve practical skills and help to rebuild confidence.

There are no charges, no entry requirements and students help to design and deliver the courses.

These range from help with literacy and music to raising self-esteem. There are courses for tough lives on the streets - overdose awareness, first aid and how to feed yourself on a small budget.

They include what volunteers can offer, such as singing lessons arranged through the Guildhall School of Music.

Each night the charity looks after about 1,700 people in London and the South East of England - and most of these will previously have been sleeping rough.

 

 

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