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Opening of Marshfield House July, 2018

We are proud to announce the opening of our new property in Chippenham, Marshfield House, which will provide six bed spaces for our Young People's supported housing services.  The property was officially opened by Cllr Ross Henning of Chippenham whilst the afternoon also the house blessed by Alabaré's senior chaplain Keith Thomasson. The purchase of Marshfield House has been made po... Read more

John Baker House Residents Update July, 2018

Following the conclusion of the Police searches at John Baker House today, our teams at Alabaré will be working with Wiltshire Council to support the residents evacuated during recent police investigations to move back to the John Baker House hostel once the remediation of the building is complete. As an organisation, we were proud to be able to step up and provide the support and accomm... Read more

The Ballad of Salisbury Town July, 2018

Alabaré have been working alongside local musician and songwriter Pete Aves to raise funds and awareness in the wake of recent developments in Salisbury. 'The Ballad of Salisbury Town' is an uplifting song that urges both residents and tourists alike to continue visiting Salisbury despite recent events. All money raised from sales of the song will go towards Alabaré's work in hel... Read more

Cycle for Veterans July, 2018

A huge thank you to the team from the Defence Academy at Shrivenham who will be taking on an epic fundraising challenge on behalf of our Homes for Veterans service. On the week commencing the 16th July, they will be embarking on a 450km cycle ride from Shrivenham to Normandy and back over the course of four days. The team will comprise of 44 cyclists, supported by a further seven support staff... Read more

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