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Street Link are funded by the Government as part of its commitment to end rough sleeping. Their aim is to offer the public a means to act when they see someone sleeping rough, and provide the first step someone can take to ensure people sleeping rough are connected to the local services and support available to them.

A message from our Chief Executive Paula Hall

Dear Friends and supporters, I just wanted to drop you a note to let you know we are still here and open for the most vulnerable in our community. It was with a heavy heart we took the decision to postpone all non-essential activities at our Health and Wellbeing Centre last week and ask our – Read the full article…


A day centre provides access to showers and laundry facilities, hot food, telephone and internet access and access to housing advice, advocacy and education/ training. We have a supported volunteering programme and access to specialist support services including mental health, drug and alcohol and employment services.

Case Studies

Case Study 1

I am a UK citizen of 53 years. I have owned my own houses, and never had any money worries. That was up until Aug 2012, after a relationship went badly wrong, I then found myself in the back of my car nowhere to live, no sense of belonging anywhere and very limited money for clothes/food.

Case Study 2

Ken has been rough sleeping for several years and he was accessing the Pathways Centre on a regular basis. The Pathway Centre was a secure place for him to stay during the daytime where he could express his concerns and worries. He was also given a shower, food and a hot drink as some new clothes.

Case Study 3

Due to suffering years of emotional abuse and domestic violence from my ex partner I finally decided I could not be put through this anymore as this was now affecting my child. I rang Woman’s Aid and they gave me an address of a refuge in Swaffham so packed and few things and drove there.