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Church Link News: April 2014 April, 2014
Welcome to the April edition of the Church Link News. This is written as an accompaniment to our General Network News. This is our opportunity to share our Christian thoughts and values, whilst celebrating the work of our staff and volunteers. We are lucky to be working with an eager group of Chaplains and supporters who will be contributing to upcoming editions. If you... Read more
Innovative Help for Runaways April, 2014
We have been granted £20,228 by Wiltshire Police Commissioner Innovation Fund to develop sheltered accommodation for vulnerable young people who have run away from home in the Wiltshire and Swindon area. The new service will help to greatly reduce the number of young people who have to stay for prolonged periods at night and freeing up police time. Young people who run away can find thems... Read more
Grant's Sleep Out 2014 March, 2014
“I work as a Product Design Engineer for ML Electronics, and although my colleagues were more than happy to sponsor me for the night, they wanted a little bit more from me… so, on the day of the Sleep Out I left the house in PJs – ladies satin, leopard-print pyjamas to be exact – and prepared myself for a day of office ridicule. I made my way to the Sleep Out the ... Read more
Holly's Sleep Out 2014 March, 2014
"So this year, on 21st March 2014, I did it my second Sleep Out... because it was so much fun last year! This is what I remember about the night... As I entered the Cathedral I signed in and then went on a search for the best place to set up our sleeping bags. We got there early so we had a lot of places to choose from. Once I had found the perfect spot, I then set up my bedro... Read more