A team of seven staff members from Marks and Spencer in Norwich volunteered at Under 1 roof this week - our training centre on Westwick Street - to give the tired looking reception area a make-over.
The band formed out of our music group are releasing an album, in collaboration with a host of brilliant local artists, at an exciting event at Norwich Arts Centre on Thursday July 5.
Iain works at Highwater House, a registered care home in Norwich run by St Martins for people with ongoing mental health and substance misuse issues. Here he reflects on a typical day as a senior project worker.
A consortium of eight local organisations have been awarded £758k by Norwich City Council over the next three years to address rough sleeping and support people with complex needs in Norwich.
New to St Martins, CEO Dr Jan Sheldon shares her first impressions of her initial 3 months working for the charity.
The Bridges service in Norwich, which supports people with complex and enduring mental health issues, transferred to St Martins on March 1st 2018.
As the snow recedes, it is business as usual for Norwich but local charity St Martins says that the issue of homelessness won’t melt away with the snow.
As Norfolk experiences a cold snap, people sleeping rough in Norwich can access emergency accommodation through the Severe Weather Emergency Protocol (SWEP).
The money was raised over the past twelve months mainly from collecting outside major supermarkets, an effort co-ordinated by Old Buckenham resident Michael Bartlett, who has been a committed supporter of St Martins for many years.
A poem written by year 8 student Felix from Litcham School inspired by the work of St Martins.