Glasgow charity offering help to homeless people looking to register as voters

A Glasgow homeless charity is providing support to voters without a fixed address looking to register ahead of the General Election.

Social Bite will be offering registration support at its evening sit-in suppers at its coffee shops next week to anyone without a fixed address who wants to register to vote. The deadline for this is Wednesday, June 19.

Social Bite is a charity and social business which aims to end homelessness. It provides homes, jobs, food, and support to people to help change their lives.

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With the forthcoming UK General Election taking place, Social Bite is offering the registration support to people at their “sit in suppers” at their coffee shops across Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen.

The sit in free for services times for Social Bite are:

Glasgow coffee shop

10 Sauchiehall St Glasgow, G2 3GF

Mixed Supper: Wednesday, 4.45pm – 5.45pm

Women’s Supper: Wednesday, 6.15pm – 7.00pm

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