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Tuesday 21 November 2017
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The Aspire sculpture at the Employment Academy

An 18 foot, one tonne sculpture based around an Edwardian spiral staircase – an original feature of the renovated building housing the Thames Reach Employment Academy – has found a new home in the courtyard there.

Thames Reach statement on minimum pricing

Super-strength can with needle

Homelessness charity Thames Reach has led a campaign for the past seven years to reduce the damage caused by super-strength lagers and ciders. 

The Employment Academy hosts Thames Reach's service user conference

Thames Reach service user Albert English with Thames Reach Chief Executive Jeremy Swain at the service user conference

Formerly homeless men and women and the long term unemployed were given a taste of the work opportunities on offer at Thames Reach’s Employment Academy in Camberwell which is due to open later this year.

Homelessness and health sector link-up as easy as pie

Peter Riley and clinical psychologist Emma Williamson

The homelessness and health sectors have teamed up to provide professional psychological support and supportive housing to former rough sleepers in London in a bid to help them turn their lives around.

From the streets to the palace

Jimmy Carlson OBE

A former rough sleeper who lost nearly a quarter of a century to homelessness and alcoholism is to receive an OBE tomorrow at Buckingham Palace for his services to homeless people.

Daily Mail backs down over misleading article on homelessness

A man found rough sleeping in North London
Thames Reach, Homeless Link and concerned individuals have been successful in getting the Daily Mail to back down over an article on homelessness which was both inaccurate and potentially prejudicial and in danger of encouraging racial discrimination.

Thames Reach Christmas card 2012
Thames Reach's Christmas greetings cards are selling out fast, but we still have some great designs in stock. The cards are available in packs of 10 for the great price of just £3.99. You can order Thames Reach Christmas cards by completing and returning the Christmas card order form by post or purchase them online using PayPal.



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