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The Bracknell Night Shelter

is now open and will run until 30 March 2018.

Passes available from Bracknell Forest Borough Council, Citizens Advice Bureaux, The Kerith Community Church, NewHope and our Drop In (mentioned below)

Providing a secure, safe and welcoming warm shelter, a sleeping bag and food each night and breakfast in the morning.

The Night Shelter is open on the nights listed below at the venues listed below:-      Normal start is 7.30pm

  Sunday nights at St Joseph’s in Bracknell  

  Monday nights at  the Holy Trinity in Bracknell      
  Tuesday nights at St Mark’s in Binfield (bus pick up 7.15pm at           Bracknell railway station)

  Wednesday nights at  the Easthampstead Baptist Church

  Thursday nights at Newbold College in Binfield (bus pick up 7.15pm           at Bracknell railway station)

  Friday nights at St Michael’s in Easthampstead

  Saturday nights at the Methodist Church in Priestwood

If you would like to volunteer to be a regular helper at the Night Shelter then please  Click on this text  to sent us your details.  

If you are another church group thinking about starting a Night Shelter we have all the information you need. Available Free.

Drop in Centre  in Bracknell

Will be closed on Thursday 18 January as we will be attending Carmen Metson’s memorial service.

The “Drop In” at St Andrew’s Church in Priestwood Court Road, Priestwood, Bracknell RG42 1TU.    Open every week from 11 am till 2 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays. A friendly club atmosphere and our team are available for those who may wish to visit us to obtain a warm welcome, hot drinks, a hot meal and a listening ear. It is a place to relax among friends, play table tennis or just have a rest.

Personal mentors, specialist dyslexia help, and assistance with your problems. We provide CV writing help, computers to use, personal assistance, signposting to direct you to other available services.
We offer a place to write letters, fill in job applications etc. and we can provide an address for your correspondence. Assistance with letter writing etc. - applying for benefits is readily available here.

We can provide Food Bank vouchers, clothing, clothing vouchers, shoes and during the winter, entry passes for the Night Shelter.

Thanks to strong support for these projects

from the Bishops of Oxford and Reading, Bracknell Forest Borough Council, Bracknell Town Council, many local Churches, the Berkshire Community Foundation, the Church Urban Fund, the John Lewis partnership Golden Jubilee Trust , The Gannett Foundation, Southern Water, Waitrose, Tesco’s and the Warfield Park Community Association and from many other individuals and companies. Thanks, and many blessings upon you all!

We have a My Donate page so you can help with this work. Thanks.


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