In Iveagh we trust

The trust has offered shelter for more than a century to those with nowhere else to go

24th January, 2016
A resident of the Iveagh Trust hostel in his room

A man sits at an old wooden table on an old wooden chair. He wears a white t-shirt and blue jeans. His hands are folded, his eyes flicking towards the window.

Paul – as he likes to be called – is 49, short and solid with a mild demeanour. Today, however, he is agitated. His daily routine has been broken. He fidgets in his chair. Then he takes a breath and tries to explain.

Twenty-four years...

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