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The London and Slough Run was established in 1984 to support the homeless and people in need.

Can you help?

Can you help?

There is a unique opportunity to make permanent changes to the lives of rough sleepers and sofa surfers who have been housed every night in the borough during the coronavirus public health emergency. More here – https://t.co/oH9JgHw2U1 pic.twitter.com/8SCxCikFDk — Slough Borough Council 💙 (@SloughCouncil) April 22, 2020

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Week’s Round-up :  15-23 February

Week’s Round-up : 15-23 February

Looking at the past week, as ever there has been lots of activity at the Run:  dinners and breakfasts cooked, donations made, volunteers laughing in the face of Storm Dennis as they delivered Sunday lunch!  The Twitter feed captures this on a daily basis, but its worth highlighting that many hands make the Runs and…

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Slough Sleepout for the Homeless 2019 – Thank You!

Slough Sleepout for the Homeless 2019 – Thank You!

On a very wet, but thankfully mild night, on the 23rd of November, approximately 60 people participated in the Slough Sleepout for the Homeless. As a result of the Sleepout, almost £20K has been raised, every penny of which will be used to fund the Slough Winter Night Shelter for the homeless. The Shelter opens…

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Great News – We Have a Patron!

Great News – We Have a Patron!

We are very excited to announce that Will Mellor @willmellor76 has agreed to be our Patron. Great news worth sharing and great to have you on board Will!

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So Many Thank You’s

So Many Thank You’s

Thank you to our fantastic Sleepers who made the Sleepout such a success despite the rain! #sloughsleepoutforthehomeless #helpingthehomeless#winternightshelter

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Saturday 23rd November 2019!! Sleeping bags at the ready, can you do it?? #sloughsleepout2019

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All Roads Lead to Rome

All Roads Lead to Rome

Ladies and Gentlemen, drum-rolls please! Today, the Four Mikes on Bikes left Montefranco and cycled 76 miles to Roma.  As they departed this morning, the Mikes were all smiles.  After all it was a beautiful day and they were almost there.  They hadn’t seen Grims for several days (he must have heard about that 24-hr…

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