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Amanda said: “We lost touch after Lisa started going out with a guy and moved away.“We hadn’t heard from her in years, but never in a million years did we think she was on the streets.“Now we want to help her get back on her feet and find some accommodation.” The Red Bag Company distributes hot food, drinks and much-needed essentials to the homeless in Birmingham.

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Lisa was treated to a makeover before the big reunion to help give her confidence for the meeting.

Red Bag founder Chloe Avon told the Mail: “Lisa was really nervous beforehand but when they met it all fell into place.

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But Amanda and Ann-Marie launched a bid to track down their long-lost pal after she was featured on a TV news story about homelessness last year.

Read more: Watch Heartwarming moment policeman buys shoes for barefoot woman “It was so emotional to see Lisa again,” said Amanda, 46. “We saw Lisa on the news, on a short item on homelessness.

“There were lots of tears and also laughter – it was really emotional. “We started coming across to Birmingham to try to find her, and some people were able to pass messages onto her- we were at a loss.Read more: Good Samaritan who bought Big Issue seller coffee is stunned when man returns favour “But then last week Red Bag contacted us, and it was amazing – we finally had a lead! ” The trio were close friends throughout their childhoods as they attended George Eliot School in Nuneaton, reports the Birmingham Mail.A homeless woman has been reunited with her two best friends - after spending more than 10 years apart.Lisa Moore has been living on Birmingham’s streets for three months.She was reunited with Amanda Phillips and Ann Marie Preece thanks to homelessness charity Red Bag Company.The childhood friends, who met at nursery school in Nuneaton, lost touch after Lisa moved away more than a decade ago.

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