Charity helps out fire victims

13 June 2010, 06:00

A Gloucestershire charity has come to the rescue of people left with nothing after a fire at a block of flats in Stroud.

The blaze in Matthews Way in May left one person dead and a number of families having to find temporary accomedation.

Emmaus GloucestershireGloucester based charity Emmaus has been providing victims with furniture, as Neil Booker explains:

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Find out more at www.emmaus.org.uk/gloucestershire

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