Registered in Ireland: A new 'Warm For Winter' initiative is hoping to supply rough sleepers with coats for the cold weather. People are being asked to hang unwanted jackets on the Ha'penny Bridge in Dublin to be picked up by the homeless. Patrick Fryers, who came up with the idea, has been placing signs on the bridge to encourage people to take part.
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Signs along the walkway say: "If you need one, please take one. If you want to help, please hang one up. Photographs have emerged online of dozens of coats and jackets - of all shapes and sizes - hung to the railing of the bridge in the city centre. The initiative is driven by a Facebook page called Warm for Winter , who aim to help the homeless during the cold winter months.
Head of public art for the City of Vancouver, Eric Frederickson, said he is bracing for criticism lobbed at the piece, but it should increase tourism to the "rough and functional space. The city didn't fund the chandelier; that was up to luxury property developer Westbank. City officials required Westbank to create a public art piece as part of its deal to build Vancouver House, a new story mixed-use building, CBC reported. Before construction on the project began, the area was industrial, and the Granville bridge was known to shelter homeless people, CBC reported. Westbank refuted criticism and said arts funding doesn't need to come at the expense of social causes. Listen to episode 1 of our new podcast on the critically endangered southern resident orcas and the efforts to save them. NHL Seattle.