04:55AM, Monday 03 February 2014
Woolly thinking was perfectly acceptable at Windsor's Regus Centre on Friday when the building's management team found a novel way to help the homeless.
The manager of the Thames Street business centre Laura Richardson joined customer service reps Edyta Potapska and Scarlett Hartigan donning woolly hats for the day.
They also made cakes, tea and coffee for staff working for the various businesses based at the centre.
.It was all for St Mungo's charity for the homeless - and staff at other Regus Centres across the country were doing the same.
Laura said: "We made £40 and it will become part of the overall sum raised by our colleagues at other centres. "St Mungo's is a good cause that that we are all happy to support."
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