A new chairman of trustees has taken the helm at The Ashley Foundation (TAF).   Roy Alleway has taken the role to oversee our support of single homeless people across

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After nearly twenty years as a member, trustee and latterly chairman, Paul has left in order to pursue other projects and enjoy more ‘family time’. Throughout the years, Paul has

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In what some people have described as ‘misguided’, the Government in England and Wales has been attempting to use Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs), which were introduced in 2014 ostensibly to

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According to the latest figures, published today, homelessness in London has shot up by 38 per cent, the result of multi-million-pound cuts to many town hall grants. The House of

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‘Spice’, a synthetic form of cannabis, is ravaging homeless communities in some of the UK’s most deprived regions, particularly the north of England and south Wales. Blackpool Lancashire, with five

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The Ashley Foundation (TAF), based in Blackpool, Lancashire, today announced the recent appointment of Mr. Simon Alter, as Support Manager overseeing all of the foundation’s residential locations. Previously with St

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According to a recent Cambridge News article, the homelessness crisis is only getting worse in Cambridge as new figures showed cases in the city could double this year. Cllr Kevin

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Shelter Scotland, an Edinburgh based charity, has called for Scotland’s 27,000 empty homes to be refurbished and brought back into public use to counter the 35,764 people made homeless last

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A new review of youth homelessness in the UK, funded by The OVO Foundation, highlights a number of positive policy and practice developments undertaken since the last major review was

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In what can only be described as a “Catch-22”, people winning the right to asylum in Great Britain are then almost immediately being forced into homelessness because of Home Office

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