Ruth Brumpton volunteers for Sussex Homeless Support, helping out in the office and at the Street Kitchen. Ruth has first hand experience of the difficulties that SHS have in trying to provide the contents for the 22 food parcels that are sent out every Friday to families on the poverty line, vulnerable people in emergency […]
The background Graeme Stokes is a children’s nurse in A & E at the Royal Alex in Brighton. His job is often stressful and as a way to relax, Graeme took up the hobby of metal detecting – it combines his love of history with a stress relieving walk in the countryside. A while back, […]
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Jim Deans turned an old, out-of-service double-decker school bus into a refuge shelter for rough sleepers. We met up with Jim to have a chat about his bus, homelessness and how you can help.
Sussex Homeless Support want to transform an out-of-service bus into a warm shelter for women experiencing homelessness. To get it off the ground they are urging people to vote for them in the Aviva Community Awards to help them do it.
A homeless charity in Brighton is appealing to the public to help them to transform a bus into a women-only shelter. Sussex Homeless Support needs votes in the Aviva Community Awards. If they will, they will secure £10,000 of funding, which will go towards the refuge bus.