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Selco donates to Milton Keynes homeless charity donating £500 of building materials


Selco Builders Warehouse has donated £500 store credit to a homelessness charity in Milton Keynes which offers people shelter in a double decker bus, as it plans a move to more permanent accommodation.


The Bus Shelter MK received the donation as part of the Selco Stars initiative. Each month, Selco is


to two groups across the UK, with the 12 finalists going forward for a public vote for the chance to win £5,000 in cash.


The charity plans to use to the funds to help renovate a unit to be used by homeless people in the town.


Pam Williams, of The Bus Shelter PRIZE CROSSWORD


surface (7) 19In a neglected state, dilapidated (3-4) 21Cone-bearing evergreen (3,4) 22Imperial measure of length (4) 24See 27 down 25Deprived of feeling (4) 29Fill up again (9) 30Cake decoration (5) 31Perspire (5) 32Horticulturalists (9)


Across 1 Roof-edge rainwater troughs (9) 6 Hot-water vapour (5) 9 Deciduous coniferous tree (5) 10 Estimation of worth (9)


11 Twelve months (4) 12 Type of bed (5) 13 Molten rock (4) 16 Rural community (7) 17 Frame used to support a flat


PLUMBING & DRAINAGE PRESENTS


23 Small wood (5) 26 Not genuine, counterfeit (5) 27, 28 and 24 across Bernstein/ Sondheim stage and screen musical (4,4,5)


Down 1 Drainage channel between adjoining roofs, perhaps (5) 2 Heavy-duty waterproof cloth (9) 3 Reflected sound (4) 4 Statement of money due for work done (7) 5 Brave, heroic (7) 6 Paving stone, perhaps (4) 7 Lloyd Webber/Rice stage and screen musical (5) 8 Hard grey metal used in special steels (9) 14Stoneworker (5) 15Facial hair (5) 16Bluish-green encrustation on copper or brass (9) 18Greenish-blue precious stone (9) 20Nought (7) 21More distant (7)


Across: 9 Hardboard 10 Ruler 11 Witness 12 Stopgap 13 Hook 14 Town centre 17 Unkempt 18 Courses 20 Elementary 23 Palm 25 Popular 26 Landing 28 Gross 29 Vestibule Down: 1 Show 2 Fretwork 3 Abbey 4 Passport 5 Edison 6 Arboretum 7 Flight 8 Prop 13 House 15 Epsom 16 Embellish 18 Careless 19 Spacious 21 Employ 22 Thrive 24 Anvil 25 Pegs 27 Grew


To enter: send in the completed crossword (no copies, please) to: BMJ Prize Crossword, Datateam Ltd, 15a London Road, Maidstone, Kent, ME16 8LY, by the 3rd of December.


• Last Month


Congratulations to Lynn Turton of Howarth Timber in York. Your prize will be with you in due course


MK, said: “We offer a route out of homelessness for people sleeping on the streets of Milton Keynes and have provided a temporary home to more than 70 people since opening in March 2018. We are currently based in a converted double decker bus in a car park but we have been offered a 10-year lease from Milton Keynes Council


to take over a former landscaping depot. The existing unit needs to be completely refurbished and the exterior landscaped. We are extremely grateful to Selco.”


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