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Brighton Journal | 7th December 2019

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#HomelessInHove Archives - Brighton Journal

Campaign To End Street Homelessness In Brighton Needs Support

22nd January 2018 |

Galvanise Brighton & Hove is a community-led campaign with local people working together to end street homelessness.

The campaign sits alongside the vision of the City’s Rough Sleepers Strategy which aims to make sure that no-one has the need to … Read More

Council States Policy on Abandoned Belongings Following Recent Homeless Episode

19th December 2017 |

A Brighton local took to twiter to express her outrage at the way in which two homeless residents of the city were treated by the council.

Following the tweet (below), the council responsed by stating it’s policies regarding abandoned belongings.

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Could a Plan to House Homeless in Unused University Accommodation Work for Brighton?

19th December 2017 |

A radical, innovatie, yet suprosingly simple idea is being put forward by a group of dissatisfied locals in Manchester who are not about to wait around for the government to get a grip of the rapid incrases in street and … Read More

Full Occupancy at Brighton Centre Night Shelter Due to be Reached by End of Next Week

15th December 2017 |

A night shelter has been open since Sunday 10 December at the Brighton Centre providing places for up to 30 people who are rough sleeping in the city.

In the first few days that the shelter was open, the weather … Read More

Galvanise Brighton & Hove Completes the First Stage of Surveying in its Ambitious Campaign

4th December 2017 |

“27 surveys completed this morning and some amazing feedback from the volunteers about what it was like to sit down and speak to people about their live. We also had a great outreach session at the Library where we did four … Read More

Make Change Count – Helping Rough Sleepers in Brighton & Hove

20th November 2017 |

Local charities are asking people to help rough sleepers by donating to recognised organisations and not giving on the street.

The latest stage of the Make Change Count campaign, builds on an initial collaboration last year. Charities are continuing to … Read More