Kids help homeless charity

Ysix Club members David Cooper, Harry Baldwin, Kara Nahajec and Jenny Atack with youth workers Lina Horn and Elisabet Suvanjeiev.
Ysix Club members David Cooper, Harry Baldwin, Kara Nahajec and Jenny Atack with youth workers Lina Horn and Elisabet Suvanjeiev.
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Dedicated youngsters mixed, whisked and baked to help homeless people in Leeds.

Members of Morley Community Church’s Ysix Youth Club baked dozens of cookies for homeless people at charity St George’s Crypt.

Youngsters and youth workers Elisabet Suvanjeiev and Lina Horn baked the cookies before delivering them to The Crypt in St George’s Street.

The charity helps less fortunate people across the district by serving food, handing out toys and clothes as well as offering advice.

Church member Andrew Dalton said: “The result was a fun-packed evening with a purpose for the youngsters knowing that their efforts at baking would provide a treat for some of the visitors at the Crypt.”

The youth club, which runs weekly sessions with a range of activities, is organised by the church.

It works Morley in partnership with Leeds Housing, schools and other groups.