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A Big Thank You!

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2019 Night Shelter Opened Monday 4th February

Thank you to everyone who has donated from the 'shopping list'.


We're amazed at how generous people have been.  February saw the opening of the Night Shelter at 1 West Street Newbury with the facility to cater for 20 people.  This could not have been achieved without the generosity of the community and businesses in the Newbury area - a BIG thank you to you all! 

WBH needs your help, please get in touch to become a volunteer or assist financially

About West Berkshire Homeless

How We're Helping

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Charity begins at home, but what about those people without a home? We are a community based charity in West Berkshire set up to assist the homeless back into a home. Our aim is zero tolerance to homelessness in our area

Could You Be A Volunteer?

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Volunteers play a vital part in any Charitable Organisation and in the run up to the extended night provision for the Winter period in 2019 (February to April) West Berkshire Homeless need as many willing hands as possible to come on board. 

Can you help?

Please do contact us if you feel

you could help in any way.


Thank you

Contact us

February Update

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The WBH Night Shelter is now open with the many volunteers coming in each evening to provide hot drinks, food and chatter to those who have joined us for a warm dry bed.


The facilities have a shower, toilets, television and various games and activities, plus a lovely friendly welcome!


Open from 6pm to 8.30am from February to the end of April, this facility is already being well utilised! 

St Basil of Caesarea

The bread you hold back belongs to the hungry.     The clothes you lock away belong to the naked.

The money which you are hiding belongs to the needy.


Contact Us

Get in Touch!

Telephone for Help

Rough Sleeping Emergency Accommodation No
01344 786543
Street Link (the National referral system for homeless people)
0300 500 0914 www.streetlink.org.uk
For medical, mental or domestic violence problems telephone
Emergency Services on 111 or 999