A young man who was once homeless has spoken about how valuable the Centrepoint charity has been in his life.
The charity supports young people across the UK who face the problem of homelessness helping them to rebuild their life.
The beneficiary says 95 year old Doris Hancock, who is walking the length of Hadrian's Wall to raise money for the organisation, is an inspiration.
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