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Nerve Agent poisonings one year on March, 2019

March 4th marks the first anniversary since the Nerve Agent Poisonings that took place in Salisbury. Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia came in to contact with the agent on March 4th 2018, whilst later that year Dawn Sturgess tragically died after she came in to contact with the Novichok. Alabaré's involvement in the tragic set of circumstances came when we re-housed 10 residents from... Read more

Michelle Donelan MP Visits our Services February, 2019

We were delighted to welcome MP for Chippenham, Michelle Donelan to visit our Young People's services.  Michelle spent time speaking with our Young people on a variety of issues including housing and employment opportunities. The topics discussed also included the importance of preventing homelessness, mental health support and better career support in schools. Representatives from our Sup... Read more

* Big Sleep Update * February, 2019

We are delighted to announce the new date of our BIG Sleep at Salisbury Cathedral. The event will now take place on Friday 8th March. If you have already registered, you do not need to do anything more than let us know if you are able to attend. If you have booked on behalf of more than one person, can you please let us know of their availability too. If you have any further questions plea... Read more

Severe Weather: How You Can Help January, 2019

Snow has fallen across the country this week, leaving thousands of rough sleepers exposed to freezing temperatures.  The latest national figures showed that in the previous year nearly 600 homeless people died*. We must stop this tragedy. If you see someone you think may be sleeping rough, here's how you can help: If you are in England or Wales, contact Street Link. This service helps to... Read more

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