Snake Davis & Robin A. Smith

in concert at Christ Church, Bridlington

Saturday 27th April 2024 at 7pm

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Green Pastures
Our partner Green Pastures

Shelter - The housing and homeless charity

Crisis Homelessness Charity

Christ Church Bridlington Network (CCBN)
CCBN offer support to those in need through their Re-Store project. Restore is a drop in service where people can receive support - i.e. food/ toiletries/clothes and other items. The drop-in service is open on a Monday and Wednesday Morning between 11am and 12noon and is open to anyone who is in need of support. No referral is needed.

The Kingfisher Cafe, Bridlington
The Kingfisher Cafe supports the homeless and needy in Bridlington

The Hinge Centre, Bridlington
The Hinge Centre aims to provide support, guidance, services and opportunities to those facing social and financial deprivation.

The Haven, Bridlington (Sanctuary Supported Living)
The Haven offers 12 en-suite rooms in a shared house. They provide a range of support, advice and assistance for adults aged 18 or over, who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

East Riding of Yorkshire Council
Information on where to get help, making a homeless application, what to do if you have been kicked out, eviction from HM Armed Forces family accommodation, what is the Duty to Refer, can you choose where you get rehoused and can you get temporary accommodation?

The Hub (mind Hull & East Yorkshire)
Community Hub at 35 Wellington Road, Bridlington to help support individuals who find themselves homeless or at risk of rough sleeping. Open 7 days a week.

Montague House (Sanctuary Supported Housing)
Montague House in Bridllington has nine one-bedroom apartments and one crisis room. We provide support for young adults aged 16-24 who are homeless, at risk of homelessness or are survivors of domestic abuse, offering a move-on service to assist them in living independently.

SASH is a youth homelessness charity that works across York, North and East Yorkshire. They help young people aged 16-25 who are facing homelessness. They do not run a hostel or own any property. The accommodation they offer is through our Nightstop and Supported Lodgings services, which rely on volunteer ‘hosts’ who offer a spare room in their own home. Their services are as much about supporting young people to resolve the problems which have led to them becoming homeless as they are about putting a roof over their head. Part of this support is provided through their SASH Active programme.

Emmanuel Church, Bridlington
Emmanuel Church which houses the Hope Housing Bridlington office

Bridlington Churches
The website of the Bridlington Churches group

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