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Sleeping Rough in Cambridge: Problems and Solutions

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Ms Clare Francis.

Join us to hear Councillors Tim Bick and Nichola Harrison present their report: ‘Rough sleeping and street life issues in Cambridge’. They will be joined by representatives from Jimmy’s Night Shelter and Counting Every Adult for an evidence-based, expert-led discussion on rough sleeping in Cambridge.

Our panel consists of:
  • Councillors Nichola Harrison and Tim Bick: Councillors and co-authors of a recent comprehensive report on street living in Cambridge.
  • Henry Brown: Chief Executive of Jimmy’s Night Shelter.
  • Barry Griffiths: Communities and Communications Officer at Jimmy’s Night Shelter.
  • Heather Yeadon: Counting Every Adult Streetlife Case Co-ordinator for the Council.

As always, drinks and nibbles will be available – but for this event, they will be at the cost of a donation to Jimmy’s Night Shelter. The suggested donation is £3. Hope to see you there!

Note: the event will be held in Trinity College’s Winstanley Lecture Theatre. To access the venue, enter the door on the opposite side of the road from Trinity’s Great Gate, turn right and head upstairs, turn left and follow the signs to ‘Winstanley Theatre’.

This talk is part of the Trinity Politics Society series.

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