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Monthly Archives: May 2016

Retford Furniture Project to close its doors

Retford Furniture Project to close its doors…

At 3pm on Thursday the 26th of May, HOPE Community Services Retford Furniture Project, located on Hallcroft Road will be closing its doors to the public. All current stock must go, so pop along now to grab some last minute bargains. For more information about pricing, call 01777 948490.

HOPE’s second Furniture Project based on Carlton Road in  Worksop will be remaining open to the public as normal, with its usual opening hours of Monday to Friday 9.30-4.00pm.

HOPE’s retail clothing store on Exchange Street in Retford will also remain open to the public as normal.

For more information, call Joanne HOPE’s Retail Manager on 01909 531294 ext.29

Or visit our Facebook and Twitter pages for current updates.

Homelessness and HOPE

Homelessness & HOPE “On any given day, it is estimated that over 3,500 people will be sleeping rough across England, this is 30% higher than 12 months ago.  Last year, 275,000 households approached their local authority concerned about becoming homeless.” Evidence to the DCLG Homelessness Committee, March 2016. No-one chooses to spend their life onContinue Reading

British Gypsum donates resources to HOPE

British Gypsum donates resources to HOPE for new project On the 11th of May British Gypsum donated a quantity of plasterboard (organised by Caroline Salmon) to HOPE Community Services. The plaster board is for what will be HOPE’s new, 6 bedroom move-on accommodation for people who are rebuilding their lives after becoming homeless. British GypsumContinue Reading

Piper joinery donates to HOPE

Local organisation Piper joinery donates to HOPE     Thank you to CRASH Charity and Piper Joinery through their parent company A J Morrisroe & Sons for the very generous donation of doors and door frames for our new move-on accommodation project. The house on Queen Street, Worksop, will be a 6 bedroom shared accommodation,Continue Reading

Rob’s Homeless Sleep Out Blog

The night started as a bit of an adventure, it rained a little and was cold, but we chatted and kept our spirits up until it was time for bed. At 12 o’clock the heavens opened, my clothes and sleeping bag were soaked and I realised this was going to be a long miserable and veryContinue Reading