The Angel Of Llandudno

Image2aA woman who has experienced homelessness herself is now devoting her efforts to helping others who find themselves in the same situation.

Brenda Fogg, a member and caretaker of the Gloddaeth United Church in Llandudno, has been nominated for one of our Weekly News/Scottish Power Your Champions awards by Martin Byrne, from Deganwy, who describes her as "an angel".

Homeless Sleep In The Orme Caves


At present there are around 11 people living on the streets of the resort.

As well as taking overnight shelter in the caves, others sleep in bus shelters on the West Shore, beach shelters or in doorways.

Brenda Fogg, founder of drop-in center Hope Restored, based at Gloddaeth Church Hall, believes the problem will only get worse and is expecting a busy winter.

Cream Tea's Help The Homeless

badgersCream tea's sold at a popular cafe in Llandudno will help the homeless in the town.

Badger's cafe in the Victoria Centre has joined the Weekly News's Helping Hand campaign.

During the next year 50p from every cream tea sold will be split between Hope Restored and the RNLI in Llandudno. The money will be a huge boost to Hope Restored, which is a drop-in centre in the town for the homeless.