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BIG Sleep Success at Salisbury Cathedral March, 2017
Over 90 people took their sleeping bags and pillows to the medieval surroundings of Salisbury Cathedral on Friday 3rd March to mark our annual BIG Sleep. Attendees of the BIG Sleep included John Glen MP and the deputy commander of Larkhill Garrison, Lieutenant Colonel David Penniall - as well as students of Godolphin School and other community groups. Our Chief Executive And... Read more
The Bishop of Southwark shows his support March, 2017
Thank you to the Bishop of Southwark, Peter Smith for his support of our charity and for mentioning us in his speech at the second reading of the Homeless Reduction Bill in The House of Lords last week; "I pay tribute ... to Alabaré, founded by the Reverend John Proctor, a permanent deacon in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Clifton, which also works among homeless Veterans and others." Read more
February ENews February, 2017
The BIG Sleep at Salsibury Cathedral Time is running out to sign up to The BIG Sleep at Salisbury Cathedral on Friday 3rd March. We are urging more people to dig out their sleeping bags and spend the night on the floor of the Cathedral’s cloisters to help raise awareness of the many issues surrounding homelessness, as well as raising vital funds for the Salisbur... Read more
New Charity Warehouse coming soon February, 2017
We are paving the way with an exciting new out of town shop and warehouse and we are looking for volunteers! It will be conveniently located along the A36 in Wilton. The store will be packed with quality goods. Visitors to the warehouse store will be able to buy clothing, bric a brac, curiosities & furniture, reconditioned white goods and bicycles. Everything will be under one roof, w... Read more