A welcome £500 donation by the women's clothing chain Seasalt will help provide support and practical help to Windsor's homeless.

The Cornish based Seasalt chain has 66 shops - including one in Peascod Street, Windsor and will be giving out £30,000 this year to good causes in each shop's area.

The team at Peascod Street picked Windsor Homeless Project to receive the £500 that was their share of the hand out.

The team will also spend a day volunteering with Windsor Homeless Project and two other charities, as well as donating their handmade window displays to publicising schools and community groups.

The Windsor Homeless Project was launched in 2009 and is a local charity that teams with other agencies to get homeless people into accommodation and a sustainable lifestyle.

Deap Khambay, head of sustainability at Seasalt said: “Community is immensely important to us at Seasalt and I am extremely proud that everyone has embraced the opportunity to positively impact more communities than ever before.”