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Andrew House: FA Training March, 2014

For the second year running, residents from Andrew House have been chosen to take part in Homeless FA Training. Four of our guys will be showing off their skills on the football field with the goal of being chosen to represent Homeless Team England in the Homeless World Cup, which will take place in Santiago, Chile this October. The training doesn’t just focus on your skills as a striker ... Read more

John Proctor Receives High Sheriff Commendation March, 2014

Congratulations to our founder John Proctor for receiving  the High Sheriff’s Commendation for his many years of outstanding voluntary service to the community! The High Sheriff, William Wyldbore-Smith, had this to say of the award; “Under John’s energetic leadership over the last 23 years the charity, with its centre in Salisbury, has grown to provide care and support t... Read more

Church Link News: March 2014 March, 2014

Welcome to the March edition of the Church Link News. This can be read in addition to our General Alabaré E-news. This is our opportunity to share our Christian thoughts and values, and to celebrate the work of our staff and volunteers. If you have anything that you would like to see in the next edition or something that you would like to contribute please make contact. A Word from Our B... Read more

WWI Presentation Evening March, 2014

Thank you to our Wiltshire Ambassadors for hosting last night's WWI presentation evening at Riverside House. This year marks 100 years since the beginning of World War One and the evening was organised to honour the the memory of those who gave so much during the war, in support of our country. Historian, Elizabeth Hutchinson spoke at the event, and travelled from France to deliver her fantasti... Read more

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