A Glasgow soup kitchen that currently runs from Argyle Street is searching for a new home. Homeless Project Scotland are hoping to relocate from their city centre location.

It comes following a spate of recent incidents which has seen volunteers and service users allegedly attacked. Incidents include a 62-year-old man who was allegedly hit by a delivery driver last month.

In July, volunteers were out handing out warm meals when they were allegedly attacked, with scolding soup thrown at one of the volunteers.

Now, the charity which serves the city’s homeless, is appealing for help and require two ’20ft by 8ft’ shipping containers so that they have the ‘necessary space and resources to continue our essential work’.

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