A CAFE for homeless people in a former Lush store in Oxford has closed. 

Action group Homes4All had originally intended to use the building, in Cornmarket Street, as a shelter. 

After facing problems with the initial plan it was operated as a cafe and place to support homeless people in the city.  

It is not yet clear why the cafe is closing. 

Homes4All's leader Deborah Robson-Grey said she was 'devastated' by the closure, which was the result of 'radical developments which we could not have predicted'.

Lush and Homes4All have been contacted by the Oxford Mail.