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Principal Church of England Chaplain for the RAF visits Salisbury Homes for Veterans January, 2016

We were delighted to welcome the The Venerable (Air Vice-Marshal) Jonathan PM Chaffey QHC BA MA RAF and Air Vice Marshal Martin Clark, Alabaré Trustee, to our Salisbury Homes for Veterans today. They toured the home, met staff and residents and learnt how we support our residents.  Read more

Church Link January 2016 January, 2016

Dear Friend,I would like to extend a very warm welcome to our ‘new look’ Church Link – we will continue to provide you with information about Alabaré Christian Care and Support and the life changing projects we run, but, we are hoping to supplement this with pertinent articles and supportive materials that you can either use in personal prayer and reflection or wi... Read more

2016 Big Sleep Launched! January, 2016

SALISBURY RESIDENTS URGED TO SPEND A NIGHT IN AWE INSPIRING CATHEDRAL TO RAISE MONEY FOR THE HOMELESS    Local charity Alabaré will this year be celebrating the 10th anniversary of their annual Sleep Out at Salisbury Cathedral and to mark the occasion they are asking the people of Wiltshire to unbundle their sleeping bags, don their warmest clothes and take part in 2016’... Read more

Severe Weather Emergency Provision January, 2016

Due to the drop in temperature, Alabaré Place is working in partnership with Wiltshire Council regarding the Severe Weather Emergency Provision, also known as SWEP or Winter Provision. Alabaré Place have purchased two further camp beds and is now able to offer emergency overnight accommodation, hot evening meals, shower and breakfast for up to seven individuals. This ena... Read more

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