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Local Chippy Donates Food for Homeless Men and Women

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A Brighton Fish and Chip shop has donated 30 free fish and chip meals to a day centre for homeless men and women.

DoDo Fish and Chips, based near Seven Dials, has donated the free meals to BHT’s First Base Day Centre which works with homeless, insecurely housed and vulnerable men and women in the City.

After a drawn out battle to become the first Fish and Chip shop to operate in Seven Dials for over a decade, proprietor Kovi Venkama pledged to repay the support he had received from the local community.

DoDo Fish and Chips is a Friend of BHT, a scheme which promises a commitment to on-going support for BHT whilst receiving on- going promotional support from BHT for their business.

For more information on the Friends of BHT scheme and how to become a friend, please contact Liz Davies on 01273 645425.

We have not forgotten the support we had from the local residents who signed the petition for our planning application.

Since then, we’ve made a promise that DoDo Fish and Chips will support the community in whatever way we can.

Kovi Venkama, DoDo Fish and Chips

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