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Tuesday 21 November 2017
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‘Christmas Night’ by Jacqueline Chin

Thames Reach has launched its Christmas appeal to help transform the lives of thousands of vulnerable people trying to escape the misery of homelessness. Please help Thames Reach to make this Christmas period special for those in need by making a donation.

MPs back campaign to curb super strength lagers

A can of Tennent's Super

An Early Day Motion has been tabled at the House of Commons which highlights the serious damage to health and premature deaths caused by 9 per cent super strength lagers such as Tennent's Super and Carlsberg Special Brew. It calls for Government to curb their sale by taxing them at a higher rate.

Time to reflect - Thames Reach annual review

Photo of GIllian

The 2007 Annual Review is now available. It looks at the progress made by Thames Reach over the last year. It also features stories about the people who use our services – the challenges they face, and the effort they have put into turning their lives around.

Help us to improve our website

decent homes, supportive relationships, fulfilling lives

We'd like to improve our website and need your help. The new site was launched 12 months ago, and we'd like to get feedback from the people who use it on how well it is working and how it could be made better. Please complete the short survey and tell us what you think.

Zeroing in on rough sleeper numbers 

Photograph of an outreach worker helping a man on the street

Thames Reach looks forward to all political parties committing themselves to ending rough sleeping by 2012. Jeremy Swain argues for less debate about how bodies are counted and more action to help men and women move off the streets and forward with their lives.

Jeremy also argues that over the last five years rough sleeping has become a secondary issue in the minds of politicians, and explains what is needed to end street homelessness


Please help us to continue supporting homeless and vulnerable people by donating to Thames Reach.


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