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David Durston Alabaré Trustee steps down August, 2022

The Revd Canon David Durston was a valued Trustee of Alabaré for twenty years until he stepped down from the Board in July. During those years he took great interest in the work of the charity, regularly visiting Riverside House, getting to know staff members and ensuring that he was briefed about the current priorities and issues for Alabaré and homelessness more generally. His a... Read more

Mens Shed Ark unveiled at St Marks Church July, 2022

A lovely time was spent attending the opening of The Ark Project at St Marks Church in Salisbury this week, a church community project working in partnership with Alabaré and The Men's Shed Salisbury.  During lockdown, to alleviate social isolation, a small church group met regularly on zoom to chat and pray. Discussions led to talk about the use of rainbows which were by then regul... Read more

Celebrating 30 Years July, 2022

Together we celebrate the lives of the thousands of people who have rebuilt their lives with our support and the difference we have made to those who are homeless, vulnerable and disadvantaged in our communities.  This June, Alabaré marked 30 years since the opening of our first home in Salisbury, founded to provide a safe home and support to disadvantaged and vulnerable people who ... Read more

Free sight tests for the city’s homeless June, 2022

Homeless people in Salisbury have received free eye examinations thanks to a visit from Haine & Smith Opticians. Members of staff from Haine & Smith in Amesbury visited Alabaré Place on Friday, 24 June, to check the eye health and sight of some residents. Those that needed glasses then went on to choose free frames in readiness for the prescription to be fitted. The frames they c... Read more

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