A BOOKLET telling the story of Salisbury Trust for the Homeless has gone on sale.

The publication follows the history of the charity since it was formed 25 years ago.

Since then, hundreds of people in the city have been provided with shelter thanks to the tireless work of its volunteers.

The charity has set up night shelters, provided emergency accommodation and bought homes so that homeless people can start to turn their lives around.

Its latest success has been the re-opening of St Paul’s Homes in Fisherton Street.

The booklet is available from Cross Keys Bookshop, Sarum Books and Salisbury Trust for the Homeless’ office at 148 Fisherton Street, priced at £2.

Copies are also available by post by sending £2 and a stamped addressed envelope to 109b Exeter Street, Salisbury SP1 2SF.