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Unique community shop for Lewsey Farm

A unique community shop serving a dual purpose has opened in Lewsey Farm. It aims to provide low cost furniture, fashions and bric-a-brac to the local community, with all profits going towards helping the homeless. It’s the fourth in NOAH Enterprise’s growing retail operation and will be open Monday to Saturday, from 8.30am to 4.30pm. Chief…

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Generous donation from the Screwfix Foundation

NOAH Enterprise, based in Luton, is celebrating after being awarded £5,000 worth of funding from The Screwfix Foundation, a charity which supports projects to fix, repair, maintain and improve properties and facilities for those in need. Jim O’Connor, the Chief Executive of NOAH Enterprise, said: “We are very grateful to The Screwfix Foundation for donating…

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Migration Support Grant Award

NOAH Enterprise is delighted to announce that in partnership with Luton Borough Council (LBC) we have won a grant from Government to help rough sleepers The grant has been awarded through LBC from the department for communities and local government (DCLG) in the sum of £310,940 for a migrant rough sleeping initiative. The scheme will…

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Street drinker programme will help Luton

NOAH Enterprise will continue its street drinking outreach programme in Luton after the project was commissioned by Luton Borough Council The programme involves two outreach workers whose role is to help disadvantaged and vulnerable people off the streets and tackle anti-social behaviour, street drinking and begging. In September last year, Luton BID awarded NOAH Enterprise…

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New Opportunities and Horizons Across Bedfordshire

NOAH provides services beyond Luton. We have been active in Central Bedfordshire and Bedford Borough since 2013 working on the streets to engage with rough sleepers and latterly to also provide training in such as English as a second language, digital learning and preparation for employment. It is another instance of how we seek to…

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BOUTIQUE, C’est Chic…

Our boutique store has had a makeover! NOAH’s flagship charity fashion store in George Street, Luton reopened recently following a full refurbishment, giving it a fresh, modern look. The revitalised store stocks our highest quality range of women’s designer and vintage clothing, with items by Per Una, French Connection, Monsoon and Diesel amongst the finds….

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Befriending Manor Park Gardens

NOAH has partnered with a local community group, the Friends of Manor Park, to work on a collaborative gardening project. The project sees NOAH service users helping to tend a historic former rose garden, ‘Manor Park Gardens’, which is adjacent to our Welfare Centre in Park Street, Luton. The project is led by Max, a…

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NOAH Winter Shelter Opened on 28th November 2016

It’s that time of year when most of us turn up our heating, glad to get indoors as the night draws in. For people forced to sleep outside, winter time can present a far more serious threat. We all know how being cold feels, but prolonged exposure to extreme cold overnight can truly be life-threatening….

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Social Return on Investment

Social Return on Investment In March 2015 Catherine Dhokia a Contracts and Quality Officer from The Luton Borough Council ‘Housing and Community Living Team’ visited the welfare centre. She was conducting research into the Social Return on Investment that Luton as a town was receiving from the money given to the welfare centre from Luton…

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  • Living Wage Employer
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  • Investors in People
  • The Social Care Committment
  • The Social Care Committment
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