Men's and women's coats and a scarf have been wrapped around posts near the train station and on the Hoe - one of the city's main spots for rough sleepers.
Notes attached to the coats say: "Please only take if you are homeless and need warmth x."
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Culture Secretary admits to breaching Netflix conditions
THE Culture Secretary has admitted she shares her Netflix password with four other households across the country.
DEALS TO BE EXTENDED
ARGYLE WILL TIE PLAYERS DOWN DURING SEASON
Eggbuckland Girls U15s team aiming for Cup Final success
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EX-KING EDWARD EXPOSED AS NAZI SPY!
Backed bombing Britain to regain his old throne
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I Love My Suburban
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