Bray council leave public building doors 'on the latch' to help homeless keep warm

A Co Wicklow town council has taken steps to help its homeless residents during the cold snap.

The doors of two of Bray's public buildings will remain 'on the latch' over the coming days, to provide shelter for homeless people in the town.

It follows the death of 33 year old homeless man Paul Doyle in Bray last weekend.


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