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Roseneath homeless centre in Jersey gets £90K boost

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A Jersey charity running a centre for homeless people has been given a £90,000 grant to help run the facility.

The Roseneath Trust in St Helier provides accommodation and meals for up to 30 men and women at a time.

The funding comes from the Lloyds TSB Foundation which has donated more than £11m to charities since the mid-1980s.

Roseneath offers a place to stay for vulnerable adults from the age of 18 and works closely with Jersey social services and probation services.

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