Staff Training & Development at Poplar House, Sunderland

The Ashley Foundation has always been committed to the support of staff development for all staff. The key purpose is to facilitate personal and professional development enabling individuals and groups

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The Morrisons Foundation £10k Funding Award

The Morrisons Foundation have kindly awarded The Ashley Foundation the sum of £10,000 towards our Community Café & Hub which we hope will open next year at our newest site

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The Masonic Charitable Foundation £75,000 Award

The Ashley Foundation has recently been awarded £75,000 by The Masonic Charitable Foundation. This generous grant will go towards the 3 years’ salary for our very own Mental Health Empowerment

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Paul Maynard MP Visit

Photo: Laura Cooper (Housing Services Manager), Paul Maynard MP and Allan Peters (Dispersed Housing Officer) This visit took place on Friday 27th April 2018. Paul is the Conservative MP for

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Sad news

It is with deep regret that we announce the passing of Roy Alleway Roy, 85, had been a trustee of The Ashley Foundation since 2003 and was our chairman in

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Young and old celebrate contributions to TAF

Two of Blackpool’s youngest and oldest charity leaders are celebrating their contribution to the resort’s third sector. The Ashley Foundation (TAF) has one of the town’s most diverse board of

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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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