Amazing Graze Soup Kitchen – Helping People Get Back On Track In Blackpool, England

‘Break’

 

Photographer Dawn Mander is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this social documentary photography.  To see Dawn’s gallery of photographs click on any image.

 

'Big pan of soup'

‘Big pan of soup’

 

'Hot Soup'

‘Hot Soup’

 

Behind the bright lights of the Golden Mile in Blackpool, on the north west coast of England, lies the hidden problem of people who, often through no fault of their own, find themselves with nowhere to go.
Mark Butcher, founder of the Amazing Graze Soup Kitchen, has seen first-hand the hell of living on the streets and though Amazing Graze was originally set up to provide a warm meal for those in need it has since grown and developed and now offers showers, clean clothes and the support and advice they need to help them get their lives back on track.

 

'Kind words and a warm heart..no judgement here'

‘Kind words and a warm heart..no judgement here’

 

'Menu'

‘Menu’

 

'Volunteers'

‘Volunteers’

 

'Confidential'

‘Confidential’

 

'Designer hair'

‘Designer hair’

 

'Clip'

‘Clip’

 

'Haircuts too'

‘Haircuts too’

 

'Bread'

‘Bread’

 

'Friends'

‘Friends’

 

'Hot Drink'

‘Hot Drink’

 

'It's all down to this guy'

‘It’s all down to this guy’

 

'Thinking'

‘Thinking’

 

'Crew'

‘Crew’

 

See also:

Documenting Blackpool

By Dawn Mander

 

 


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