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Help for Rough Sleepers across Central Bedfordshire

02 January 2019

As temperatures are predicted to fall to zero this week (from 1st January 2019),  additional support services are being made available to rough sleepers across Central Bedfordshire.
The Amicus Trust Night Owl bus will be supporting those in the north of Central Bedfordshire. In Dunstable and surrounding areas, the NOAH will be offering support and the Leighton Linslade Homeless Service will also be available.

Specifically, the Amicus Bus, which serves as a mobile shelter,  will be touring Biggleswade, Sandy, Arlesey, Shefford, Ampthill and Flitwick, with pick up points during the evening and early hours.
More information is available at www.amicustrust.org

NOAH will establish a Welfare Centre Service at 141 Park Street, Luton from 8pm until 10pm nightly, after which overnight shelter will be provided at Luton Central Baptist church until 7am.

Local volunteers will be providing transport to the Welfare Centre from 7.30pm each evening from The Salvation Army, Bull Pond Lane, Dunstable LU6 3AH.
More information is available at www.noahenterprise.org

In Leighton Buzzard, the Black Horse Night Shelter at 21 North Street, will provide meals from 6.30pm until 8.30pm each evening except Wednesday.
The Shelter will open later (at 7.30pm) on Wednesday and The Trinity Methodist Church at North Street will provide an evening meal.
For more information about support in Leighton Linslade call 01525 381129