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Fire Station Open Day October, 2018
Residents from our Supported Housing North service – Unity House were able to experience Fire Brigade style training as part of an ongoing partnership between the service and Chippenham Fire Station. The visit allowed residents to experience a variety of different scenarios faced by trainee firefighters including operating fire service pumps and firefighting, search and rescue techniques,... Read more
Gloucestershire Salutes October, 2018
Over 600 people attended our 'Gloucestershire Salutes' event as we paid a special tribute to the armed forces both past and present from the county. The evening at Gloucester Cathedral was to mark 100 years since the end of WW1, the formation of the RAF and to recognise the contribution made by the people of Gloucestershire. Split in to two distinct halves, the first focused on remembrance, ack... Read more
BIG Sleep Behind Bars Success October, 2018
Over 60 brave fundraisers spent the night at Gloucester Prison on October 5th to take part in Alabaré’s BIG Sleep challenge. Participants swapped the comfort of their own homes and bedded down for the night at the historic disused Victorian prison, all in the name of raising funds for Alabaré’s Homes for Veterans service. The event also offered a unique opportunity to ... Read more
Walk a Mile in Their Shoes October, 2018
To mark World Homeless Day on the 10th October, our Supported Housing South Project - Alabaré Place have launched an appeal entitled 'Walk a Mile in Their Shoes'. Rough sleepers are vulnerable to developing serious foot conditions as they often wear ill-fitting shoes and sleep in damp footwear. They frequently do not have access to clean, dry socks or shoes. Homeless people often h... Read more