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Paul's Story November, 2021

I met Paul at our offices in Salisbury. He is one of the clients who is supported by Alabaré’s Home and Community team By Rachel Houston   He started by explaining a bit about his childhood “As a baby I had trouble breathing and my development was slow. So, when I went to primary school I had extra help with some subjects. When I got to senior school, I was lucky because... Read more

Sheila's Story November, 2021

Interview with Sheila Warrander, volunteer and supporter By Helen Inglis   Sheila first heard about Alabaré in 1998 when she and her husband had just moved to Salisbury. At his first Rotary meeting, he heard a speaker from Alabaré, who appealed for volunteers who would sleepover at the old Damascus House. When he got home, Sheila discovered that he had volunteered her to help... Read more

Salisbury Street Project is open for business November, 2021

Last week we celebrated 10 years of Alabaré Place Salisbury. Over the years our team has welcomed hundreds of homeless and vulnerable people. The property offers over 30 beds to those with high support needs. One way many learn about Alabaré Place initially is by visiting the Salisbury Street Project, a typical drop-in facility for homeless and street homeless individuals where th... Read more

Ted's Story November, 2021

Ted is one of Alabaré’s valued Church Champions and his first involvement with us was in 2012 when he and a friend took part in the Big Sleep at Salisbury Cathedral. “I was fascinated by the idea of spending a night out in the cloisters and of course raising some money. It just seemed a stylish thing to do!” He was struck by the range of people there – cathedral c... Read more

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