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Senior Project Worker Kate Menzies has left Catching Lives in order to complete a Masters in social work at the University of Kent. Chair of Trustees James Duff says, “Kate joined Catching Lives in June 2013, and in the time she has been with us she has played an instrumental

We are pleased to confirm that we will be operating the Canterbury Community Shelter for the seventh year, this winter. The shelter will open on the night of Thursday 1st December 2016 and the last night will be Tuesday 28th February 2017. The management for this year will comprise Jon

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The Rotary Club of Canterbury Sunrise is looking for participants to join this year’s Sleepout Challenge. http://www.rotarysleepout.org/ They will be asking 50 influential leaders and other VIPs to join them to sleep overnight within the Cathedral precincts, to emulate those sleeping rough, by building their own simple cardboard and plastic

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On Saturday 13th August, twelve young people participating in the National Citizen Service (NCS) in Canterbury will be undertaking a Football Fun Day for Catching Lives at Aylesham Welfare and Leisure Centre. “Our group was inspired by the plight of homeless people and rough sleepers around the Canterbury area. Catching