St Martins has been given the Freedom of the City of Norwich, after more than 50 years’ service and support to people facing homelessness.
Rev Canon Dr Andrew Jonathan Braddock, Interim Dean of Gloucester, was revealed as the new Dean of Norwich. One of his first appointments was to visit St Martins, with a short tour of Bishopbridge House and a chat with some of our residents.
St Martins has signed an open letter calling on Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss to take action on homelessness if elected as the next Prime Minister.
St Martins team members and the people they support were invited to the unveiling of a plaque by the Norfolk Lieutenancy.
A special film screening of Operation Mincemeat will be held at Cinema City Norwich on Sunday 28th August - and you are invited to reserve your space.
The people St Martins support have benefited from free connectivity thanks to the supply of 200 free SIM cards from Vodafone.
We were delighted to learn this week that we won a national award from Homeless Link for our 'Rebuild' project working with ex-offenders.
A cookbook has been printed to mark 50 years of St Martins.
The exhibition will be open throughout the month of July in the Norwich Historic Churches Trust at St Martin-At-Palace Plain, 15, St Martin at Palace Plain, Norwich, Norfolk NR3 1RW open Tuesdays and Thursdays 10am - 4pm.
Some of the people supported by St Martins at our 'Housing First' project enjoyed a day out at Barford Lakes.