Overnight Welcome Centres will open soon in Glasgow, welcoming everyone who needs a place to stay.

Glasgow City Mission and its partners will open the doors to the building at building at 20 Crimea Street on Friday, December 1.

Volunteers are trained to support people who come through the door.

They hope to provide a safe space "for everyone this winter, including those who may not be automatically eligible for accommodation".

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Last year, the charity supported 534 individuals to avoid spending the night on the streets.

A spokesperson said: "We anticipate that this number may be larger this year with the cost of living crisis and rising numbers of people sleeping rough in the city."

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