SOUP RUN GETS NEW BASE

  The Bradford Soup Run, which has fed Bradford’s homeless for 34 years, is to get a new base just 100 yards from its current site in Portland Street, off Nelson Street. Director of The Bradford Soup Run, John Tempest said: Negotiating with Bradford Council...

Update to our supporters

Dear Supporter,   It’s been a difficult couple of years…   The lady who admirably helped us with our social media and website became ill and we did our best to carry on in the hope she could return. Sadly, that was not to be. We thank her for her...

Donate to TBSR via PayPal

We have finally ‘got with’ the online age and can now accept online donations via PayPal. All you have to do is click on the donate button below and follow the instructions. You don’t have to have a PayPal account, you can make a donation using your...

CHOX ‘N SOX 2015 – it’s that time of year again!

It’s time for our annual Chox ‘n Sox appeal when we ask our supporters to donate as many pairs of new socks as possible as well as loads and loads of chocolates. People living on the streets need warm socks to help keep out the cold and worn socks often...

Morrisons donates Souper Easter Eggs

Bradford’s homeless will getting some Souper Easter Eggs thanks to the generosity of Morrisons supermarket. The Bradford Soup Run team leader Al Widdop collected the eggs from Paul Britton, Morrisons assistant deputy manager. “We’re very grateful to...

Rain, sleet & snow but Christmas spirit abounded on TBSR

The one thing we never can foresee is the weather… and neither, it seems, can some weather forecasters. It rained; then it sleeted; and later it snowed. But the Christmas spirit on our Soup Run definitely abounded. Over 125 hardy souls turned up and all were...

IT’S CHRISTMAS!

Well, not yet. At least not for those involved with The Bradford Soup Run. The Christmas Eve marathon involved Dominic, Al, Angie, Luke, Matt B and John. Thousands of socks were put into red bags, along with hats, gloves and scarves. Other bags [black] contained...