Cyrenians

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A new pantry service offering quality food at low prices has been introduced in Edinburgh by Cyrenians. The city-based charity delivers sustainable solutions for the causes and consequences of homelessness. Food poverty is a key element of a number of its services including cooking courses at its Fl

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A new social enterprise aimed at providing the best mobile telecommunications solutions for charities has been launched in Dundee. The first dedicated mobile social enterprise in Scotland, Good Call aims to remove the mobile communications barriers facing charities, social enterprises and community

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The Open University and Cyrenians are combining their strengths in a partnership which will support 10 Cyrenians community residents with access to Open University learning. The East-of-Scotland-based homelessness charity has been supporting people and communities for over 50 years, developing susta

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Cyrenians’ outreach service, ‘Homeless Navigator Project’, has been selected as an example of good practice for promoting the inclusion of people who are homeless and using alcohol and/or drugs. The East of Scotland-based homelessness charity developed the project to provide tailor

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Homelessness charity Cyrenians hosted Almond Valley MSP Angela Constance at its West Lothian farm community this week. The East-of-Scotland based charity operates four residential communities, including the Farm Community.

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Homelessness charity Cyrenians is marking the one year anniversary of its Homeless Navigator Project. The project provides advice and support to people sleeping rough in and around Edinburgh city as part of the charity’s work towards bringing an end to homelessness. In just twelve months, the proj

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(from left) Nicola King (Bawbags), Holly Edwards (Cyrenians) and Willie MacDonald (bawbags) Scottish underwear brand Bawbags has partnered with homelessness charity Cyrenians to provide an often-overlooked necessity for people struggling with homelessness.

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Andrew Whitley and Scott Callender from Scotland the Bread alongside Midlothian Community Hospital Garden volunteers Jane Gale and Ian Gilchrist. Image credit Cyrenians Edinburgh-based homelessness charity Cyrenians hosted a number of local growers at its threshing event at Midlothian Community Hosp

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Homelessness charity Cyrenians is celebrating three years of its community garden Green Learning Project run. Situated at the Royal Edinburgh Hospital and Midlothian Community Hospital, the gardens provide opportunities for people to get outside and grow food, bringing people together and reducing s

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Recommendations to house a new Inclusive Homelessness Service on the site of the former Panmure St Ann’s school have been approved by the Edinburgh Integration Joint Board (EIJB). The new operational base will allow the co-location of NHS Lothian, City of Edinburgh Council and third sector agencie

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