Government not on track to end rough sleeping by 2024; Wycombe Homeless Connection renews call for action
Wycombe Homeless Connection renews call for action on local housing allowance as government told by independent body it is not on track to hit its target to end rough sleeping by 2024.
Our chair of trustees, Dr Sheena Dykes is stepping down from her role after 16 years of dedicated service.
We are very grateful to have received a donation Stowe Family Law, a fantastic team of family lawyers based in Wycombe.
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The impact of street homelessness is devastating, long-lasting and complex and we strongly believe it is important for the public to understand that in many cases, people who are begging are not homeless and not everyone who is homeless is struggling with addiction.
Our annual service is on Wednesday 17th May at 7.30pm. Join us in person or watch online here…
“We all need food, warmth and security and hopefully you can help me help Wycombe Homeless Connection help those that need just that and add a bit of dignity back into peoples lives.”
This weekend they will be heading out to take on 26.2miles. They’ve chosen a challenging route on the Chiltern Ridgeway between Goring and Princes Risborough.
Christopher James Hall spent two years homeless around the High Wycombe area. Now his award-winning photos are on display at John Lewis.
LHA rates remain frozen while private rents are rising at the fastest rate on record. This leaves too many people at risk of homelessness…