*IMPORTANT UPDATE* Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council has activated its severe weather emergency protocol for rough sleepers to get emergency accommodation. Click here for more info.
In Basingstoke and Deane we are working together to reduce homelessness in the borough.
Your help can make a difference right now.
If you are worried about someone sleeping on the streets.
Support local homelessness charities and initiatives as an alternative to giving money directly to people on the streets.
Give your time or items to local homelessness charities.
Donate money or raise funds on behalf of local homelessness charities.
People are being asked for their views on @BasingstokeGov’s Housing and Homelessness Strategy 2020 to 2024. The strategy sets out the council’s priorities and actions to meet affordable housing needs and a plan to prevent homelessness. Visit https://t.co/5b34uwwBqV https://t.co/MBJUvjK7xm
If you’re concerned about someone who is at risk of homelessness or perhaps you may think they are rough sleeping, please let them know that @CamroseCentre in Glebe Hall is open today from 10am to 2pm. A self service breakfast is available + 2 course hot lunch, shower & support. https://t.co/Kq4YS13IPa
Today we’re celebrating these kind-hearted siblings from Tadley - Katie and Tommy - who have selflessly donated money from their piggy banks to buy items to donate to @CamroseCentre this Christmas. Thank you so much for your generosity. #realchangebasingstoke https://t.co/dzhttiQGQL
Outreach team @JulianHouseSE is holding a drop in service today for people rough sleeping or at risk of rough sleeping from 1.30pm to 3pm at their office at Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke. For more info visit
A huge thank you to the generous members at @HWRunners who have raised £600 in just two days for Night Light Winter Night Shelter. This money will be used to purchase items that will be donated to the shelter. Working together we can make a difference #realchangebasingstoke https://t.co/A5HRDnpJIn