AN ACTION group in Dublin 8 is trying to prevent changes to a service for young homeless people which they believe could put local children at risk.
The service at the Foyer in St Catherine’s Community Centre on Marrowbone Lane, which is currently run by Cara Housing Association, has been in operation for a decade and shares an entrance used by children’s sports groups.
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