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A Stretford-based property sales director is donning walking boots with a friend and walking 20 miles on Friday 18 September, to fundraise for a homeless charity after watching the BBC property series – Manctopia: Billion Pound Property Boom. Peter Howarth and his friend of 20 years, Pat Burke, are fundraising for Cornerstone, a homeless centre in Hulme, which is part of Catholic-based charity Caritas Diocese of Salford, and will walk in a loop from Manchester to Altrincham and back again. Peter was moved to fundraise after watching the contrast between the life of property developers on the Billion Pound Property
On Friday, 10th July we held the Cornerstone Big Sleep In to raise money for our flagship service on Denmark Rd, Manchester. The Cornerstone Big Sleep Out has become a highlight in the Caritas fundraising calendar, where people come together each year to sleep out of doors in solidarity with those who have no choice but to sleep rough every night. Sadly, this year the COVID-19 pandemic necessitated the cancelling of the Cornerstone Big Sleep Out as the government announced vital social distancing regulations and lockdown measures in order to save lives and stop the spread of the virus. Instead,
This Friday is the night of the Cornerstone Big Sleep Out! We hope you enjoy the article below written by Cornerstone manager Lorraine Cumbo for the Catholic Times. This edition of the Catholic Times is available in most local parishes from Friday morning. Check with the parish priest for opening times as these may differ from those pre-lockdown.
Over 60 people in need of food, a friendly word and some company under the social distancing and stay at home whenever possible advice came to Cornerstone Day Centre on the Bank Holiday Friday. They came to collect a food parcel and some came to thank Howard Bradshaw, Deputy Manager of the Centre on his last day of work before retiring. Howard has been a constant feature of the Centre for over six years and has been the bridge between the outbound and inbound managers of the Centre. In his farewell speech, Howard described the companionship and humour of colleagues