Maintenance Club

‘Maintenance Club’ provides a safe space for men staying in our temporary accommodation to talk, listen and connect on a regular basis. The sessions enable clients to get together to talk honestly in a confidential space. One of the challenges many clients face is having low self-esteem so it was great to have a mobile barber… View Article

Fighting Homelessness Fitness Programme

A pilot fitness programme to help people experiencing homelessness improve their physical and mental health has expanded thanks to its success supporting clients. Fighting Homelessness, a project created by Council supported accommodation officer, Rob Green, and Llanrumney Phoenix Boxing Club has been awarded £4,360 from The National Lottery Community Fund to continue supporting people on… View Article

Hiking Pen Y Fan

Clients from our temporary accommodation for people experiencing homelessness and members of our Diversionary Activities team trekked to South Wales’s highest point recently, on a trip to help boost self-esteem, mental agility and self-awareness. As they climbed Pen Y Fan, the group had the opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors and work as a team,… View Article

Garden project

Residents at Ty Countisbury have been spending many hours these last few months tending to the garden and the vegetable patch. The conservatory has provided the ideal growing conditions for tomatoes and many other seeds such as carrots, radishes, leeks and onions which continued their journey in the raised beds. Residents have also taken the… View Article