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Support from Normandy Troop, 249 Gurkha Signal Squadron June, 2020

Thank you to Members of Normandy Troop, 249 Gurkha Signal Squadron, 3rd (UK) Division Signal Regiment, who tabbed a distance of 1407 km; the equivalent distance from Land’s End to John O’ Groats in order to raise money for our services! Pawan Rai, who was amongst those taking part, commented;  “Carrying 15kg, from 6-19 Jun we will be walking a distance of 1407 ... Read more

Bishop Nicholas calls on Government to extend 'Everyone In' June, 2020

Alabaré patron Bishop Nicholas of Salisbury has called on the Government to extend the 'Everyone In' scheme. The scheme was set up at the beginning of the lockdown due to the Covid-19 outbreak and was a directive to local authorities to bring 'Everyone In' during the pandemic.  Bishop Nicholas has signed an open letter to Secretary of State for Housing, Communities & Local ... Read more

Thank you Norbert! June, 2020

We would like to thank Norbert Weber, who has raised almost £500 for our services after completing his first ever marathon by running from Salisbury to Bournemouth! The incredible feat saw Norbert, who is originally from Serbia but now lives in Salisbury, set off from Avon Lee lodge at just after 7am on Wednesday 3rd June before making his way to the Bournemouth Lower Gardens and arrive s... Read more

Continued support needed for the homeless and vulnerable - Our response June, 2020

Alongside the immediate need for housing solutions, we are acutely aware that the mid to long term impact of the Covid lockdown is still not known.  Without swift action we could see an impending crisis in the private rental sector as well as an increase in unemployment and mental ill health risk seeing a surge in homelessness in the coming months. The country saw a 69% increase of people ... Read more

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