Social Bite

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are to visit the Social Bite social enterprise in Edinburgh during the couple’s first official joint visit to Scotland next week. The royal couple will visit the social enterprise cafe on Tuesday and help to mark the Scottish Year of Young People 2018.

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Sir Bob Geldof addressed the crowd during the event Two of Scotland largest housing providers have committed 475 homes to be allocated to homeless people across the central belt in the wake of the world biggest sleepout, which raised a minimum of £3.6 million to help end homelessness in the country

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Staff from Cairn Housing Association have smashed through their own fundraising target for Social Bite’s Sleep in the Park event this weekend. The team, one of many housing organisations taking part, has raised over £3,000 towards Social Bite’s ambitious target to eradicate homelessness in Scot

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With less than a week to go until Social Bite's Sleep in the Park, Scottish Housing News is encouraging those taking part to get in touch on the night and share their stories. Scottish Housing News’ editor Kieran Findlay will be live tweeting from the event so be sure to follow us on Twitter or us

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The Pentland team has been fundraising for various charities all year Pentland Housing Association housing officer, Yvonne Gunn, is preparing to participate in Social Bite’s Sleep in the Park next week, her second sleep-out event in a matter of weeks.

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Minus three degrees (from left) Helen, Susan and Joyce Fairfield Housing Co-operative’s corporate manager Susan Bell, finance officer Joyce Clark and housing officer Helen Ross are the latest housing professionals to sign up to Sleep in the Park in Princess Gardens on December 9.

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Kathy Hoyle Homelessness and inclusion charity Cyrenians has appointed a manager for the Social Bite Village set to provide a home for up to 20 people affected by homelessness.

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Scottish ministers are to take part in the world’s biggest ever sleep out next month to help raise money to eradicate homelessness in Scotland. Deputy First Minister John Swinney will join more than 7,000 people for the Sleep in the Park fundraiser in Edinburgh on December 9, alongside community s

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The suitably attired Cruden Group Sleep in the Park team: (from left) Gill Henry, Mike Robinson, Frank Gallagher, Hazel Davies and Amy Jenkinson Five intrepid staff members from The Cruden Group have volunteered to brave a chilly Scottish winter night by sleeping rough in Social Bite’s Sleep in th

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Money raised from the Sleep in the Park charity sleep-out next month is to go towards ensuring no one has to sleep rough in Edinburgh over the winter, according to organisers. Event organiser Social Bite has donated £25,000 of the funds already accumulated to Bethany Christian Trust's winter care s

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Josh Littlejohn MBE alongside Scottish Rugby participants in Edinburgh’s West Princes Street Gardens (from left: Graeme Beveridge, Josh Littlejohn, Gordon Lyon, Darren Burns and Al Kellock) Prominent figures at Scottish Rugby will come together on Saturday 9 December for Social Bite’s Sleep in t

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