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Every year since 2013 the poet, broadcaster and author Lemn Sissay has arranged a Christmas dinner for people aged 18-25 who have left the care system and who, now, have no one to have Christmas dinner with. No one to give presents to or receive them from. No-one on the other end of the cracker.
This is not a charity. It isn't even an organisation. It's a project Lemn undertook because he understands how it feels: at age 18 he was released from the children's home and given an empty flat in Wigan, with no-one in the world who had known him for longer than a year.
Lemn Sissay’s Social Enterprise is a new four-part series for BBC Radio 4, in which he explores what these dinners have taught him about charity, social enterprise, and people, through stand-up, interview and poetry.
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