Alabaré is delighted to have benefited from £10,000 in funding as a result of a partnership between Wiltshire Council and its contractor Tarmac.
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We have been informed that Wiltshire Council have triggered SWEP (Severe Weather Emergency Protocol) until Monday, 4th December, after which it will be reviewed.
Andrew Lord, Alabaré CEO, reflects on his childhood memories this Armistice Day.
As a charity committed to ending homelessness, we are alarmed by the Home Secretary’s statement in which she suggests that being homeless is a lifestyle choice.
Our HOME Padlocks Project sculpture looks fantastic this week, located in The Old George Mall in Salisbury.
This week (7th September), our first three veterans at Drummond Park in Ludgershall celebrated completing their on-site training at a special presentation service.
He was in the process of checking out from his accommodation and walking to his car, where he was going to be sleeping for the foreseeable future, when we called.
Today, Alabaré has been selected to be a key partner in Op FORTITUDE, which aims to end homelessness amongst ex-Armed Forces personnel in the UK.
The group from our veterans and young people’s services learned to ride, play polo and participate in an elite tournament, as well as get an insight into the equine world!