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Tuesday 21 November 2017
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The Sun newspaper has covered Thames Reach’s super-strength campaign, running a page four article highlighting the dangers posed by super-strength drinks. The paper reported how cheap super-strength lagers and ciders are killing more homeless people than hard drugs such as heroin and crack cocaine.

 

On the run for London's homeless

Prime Development employee Giulia Farolfi

Super-fit running enthusiast Giulia Farolfi, who works for Thames Reach corporate partners Prime Development, recently ran the Royal Parks Half Marathon in aid of Thames Reach. Giulia managed to raise a fantastic £2,290 that will be used to help the capital’s homeless. She completed the run in an impressive 2 hours and 5 minutes.

 

 

Employment Academy for London's homeless

Employment Academy keys exchange

Homeless Londoners and the long-term unemployed in the boroughs of Southwark and Lambeth are set to benefit from the new £6m Thames Reach Employment academy opening up next year. The project will provide training and employment support services to hundreds of people in a refurbished Grade II listed building at 29 Peckham Road in Camberwell, Southwark.

Britain's Most Disgusting Drinks

A can of Carlsberg Super Brew, only £1.45

‘Britain’s Most Disgusting Drinks’aired in September on BBC 3 and included a section looking at super-strength lagers. Thames Reach service users and staff including Chief Executive Jeremy Swain who gave interviews featured in the programme. There was also a spoof Carlsberg ad which service user Marion Albrecht played a role in.

Thames Reach Christmas cards now available

Christmas card 2010

You can now buy Thames Reach Christmas greetings cards in packs of 10 for the great price of £3.99. All profits from the sale of our Christmas cards will go towards helping London's homeless and vulnerable people.

 

 

 

 


 

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