Cash boost for town charity

Paul Chambers (right) of the Daylight Centre, receives a cheque from Sam Chambers, of York Ward and Rowlett
Paul Chambers (right) of the Daylight Centre, receives a cheque from Sam Chambers, of York Ward and Rowlett

A charity which supports vulnerable people in Wellingborough was boosted by a Christmas collection from a car dealership in the town.

The Daylight Centre received £110 from Work Ward and Rowlatt, of St John Street.

The money was handed over to Daylight Centre manager Paul Adams.

The Daylight Centre Fellowship aims to support people in Wellingborough and surrounding parts of North Northamptonshire who feel vulnerable, fragile or isolated. DCF offers trained and experienced help and advice with the various issues and difficulties that its clients are experiencing, and it provides lunches, showers, the Wellingborough Foodbank, a clothes shop – even computers – and above all, it gives friendship, space and time.

Sam Chambers from York Ward and Rowlatt said: “This gift to the local charity was most welcome and recognised the valuable work both organisations give to the local community in Wellingborough.”