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Living water

 
November 5th 2015
 

On 5 November, the names of 192 people who died homeless over the past year were read out at the annual service of remembrance at St Martin- in-the-Fields. Friends from the street and from the services they used told stories about them, and humour was mixed with the sadness. And The Choir with No Name and Streetwise Opera, who get better with every passing year, rounded off the service with touching and rousing songs.

The names

Balvinder Ajimal, Robert Alexander, Steven Allan, Grace Allen, Peter Alsop, Leslie Stephen Anderson, Hilary Anyanwu, Luke Ayres

Lester Banfield, Donald Barlow, Kieran Bartlett, Alexander Benson, Mervin Bishop, David Bitebite, Vernon Ricardo Bradshaw, Andrew Branski, Peter Brooks, Vincent Brown, James Browne, Mark Browne , Andrew Bunn, Emma Burgess, William/Billy Byrne Burns, Marek Buzsta

Billy Campbell, Roy Charlton, Edward Chenney, Dianne Cogswell, Patrick Conlon, Frank Connelly, Rosemary Constable, David Cooney, Thomas Cooper, Geoffrey Cording, Patricia Coutter, Michael Cronin, Graham Cunningham, Marek Cuprisz, Kelvin Cutting, Marek Cymer, Miroslaw Czupryniak

Steven Dare, Terry Davis, Simon Davison, Earl Day, Agostinho de sa Gomes, Edward Dennington, Andrew Derby, John Derrane, Mark Diffin, Michael Dixon, Thomas Dougherty, Veronica Droney, Wieslaw 'Victor' Dudzinsky, Robert Dunn

Vincent Ewins

Julien Falla, Benny Fernandes, Anthony 'Tony' Finnerty, Francis Flanagan, Gerald Flynn, Jim Flynn, Noel Flynn, Teresa Foley, Tom Foley, Robert Forbes, Roger Forrest, Desmond Forrester, John Foster, Paolo Franz, Ann Marie Friel

Jack Goose, Beverley Grace

Glenn Hack, Nathan Hajri, Anne Marie Handscomb, Steven Harris, Michael Hayden, Taff (Wayne) Hewitt, Denis Hogwood, Angus Howes, Ian Hughes

John Inglis, Mark Isham

Damien Jared, Jacqueline Jedrejeweski, Danny Jenkins, John Johnstone, Jurgen Jolly, Alun Jordan, Christian Jorgeson

Michal Karginski/Kardasinski, Stephen Kilpatrick, Ruby Kirubananthan, Kelly Knight, Tommy Knowles, Pawel Koseda

Robert Lambert, Richard Lane, Gareth Lee-Wah, Christopher Lewis, Jones Lewis, Daziel Lima, Lorina Lister, Scott Livingstone, Matthew Lock, John Lonergan/Allington, Corinna Lowe

Isla Mahmout, Josephine Mahon, Mark Abel Major, Nicola Malthouse, Fred McCauley, Darren McConnell, Sean Mee, Roy Millar, Dawood Saleh Mohammed, Lloyd Molyneux, Zoe Morgan, Patricia Morris, Genady Mukins, Bridget Murray, Lesley Murray, Michael Murray, Paul Myers, Martin Myles

Anne Naysmith, Ricky Neacey, Karin Nikojo, John Nimmo, Robert Noonan

Laura O’Connor, Tony O'Brien, Barry O'Leary, Gary Oliver, Florence Oskipa, Mark Owen

Tanusha Kaur Paik, Ravi Pal, Konrad Paszkowski, Paul Patterson, Cipriano Pineiro, Francois Plault, Brian Plows, Marius Poskus, Sasha Priest

Sharyn Ralston, Lucy Rayson, Peter Riley, Beris Roberts, Jakan Roberts, Finbar Rochford, Stephen Rooney, David Rose, Paul Rowe, Michael Ryan

George Sands, Nicholas Saunders, Buhde/Buta Singh, Satwinderpal Singh, Andrzej Sobczynski, Mia Sowah, Agnieszka Stachelek, David Stephenson, Sergei Stetsiuc, Phillip Henry Stevens, Cyril Stoddart, Robert Sullivan, Gary Summers, Dean Swift, Lisa Symons, Leszek Szwydowski

Thomas Tierney, Ross Tilbrook, Bruce Topps, Gerald/Gerry Traynor

Raymond Urquhart, Chinatu Uwalaku-Uko

Gena Valinurov, Peter Vaughan

Scott Walker, Tony Wall/O'Brien, Nicola Wallace, Brigitte Watson, Jason West, Alison Wheeler, Colin Whitlam, Pawel Wilk, Geoffrey Williams, Peter Wisbey, Barrie Woods, Gary Worsley, Mr Wroblewski

Janusz Zielonka.

Rest in peace.

 
 
 

 

Contents

New arrivals hit the streets

Soup Run Forum

Web only: Emergency Islington shelter remains open during sub-zero temperatures

Chairman of the board

Rest in peace - in memory of lost friends

Prince poses

Starter pack boost

Wearing a jacket to beg?

Teens found guilty of killing Ralph Millward

The Passage withdraws service "as a last resort"

New learning centre for Glasgow

iHobo game causes controversy

Auckland extends ban on rough sleepers

Homeless interrogation

Affordable housing development opens in Edinburgh

Who decides?

Credit unions

New counts are optional

Nobby on stage

I will never forget you, my people

London homeless services in limbo over ?Ǭ£3.28m cuts

Disused night shelter re-opened for winter months

Coventry Cyrenians forced to cut services

London hub success for new rough sleepers

Crisis Skylight in Birmingham - a year on

Residents look ahead to staff upheaval

Midland Heart report

Labour call for hefty council tax levy on empty homes

Stik pic for the American Church

Lottery grant means new opportunities

Mungo?¢‚Ǩ‚Ñ¢s launches women?¢‚Ǩ‚Ñ¢s campaign

Homeless people forced into slavery

Homeless couple marry in Australia

Number of homeless in Southend underestimated

Basic banking for all

NSNO expands into west London

Scottish homeless applications drop by 19 per cent

Miami cannibal

Invisible People film UK homeless

The demilitarised zone in North America’s drug war

2012 - the year of the right to permanent accommodation in Scotland?

Crisis at Christmas

The Pavement is recruiting

Rough sleeper donates $250 to charity

Food voucher scheme scrapped

Commemorating friends and companions

Human rights for all

First person: Gemskii on regaining control of her life

The shades come off

Upfront: spikes

Comment: Spikes are the least of your worries

Opinion: All up in smoke?

Heartbreak Hotel, episode 4.

The Pied Piper of Housing

March for the Homeless

Being homeless doesn't mean you can't vote on May 7

The vulnerability ruling

The Queen’s speech

Criminalising homelessness

116-bed hostel for young homeless to close in Southwark

Sponsor a bed and rebuild a life

Hipsters neutralise anti-homeless spikes

What the Brexit will happen now?

Anti-homelessness protesters threatened with eviction, jail by Manchester city council

Showing our impact

Rebirth

The birth of the North Gower Action Group

A pianist, an artist, a dog called George and a new homeless app

Living water

Midwinter blues?

Councils back change in law to tackle rising homelessness

Having problems with your JSA?

Mayoral hustings on homelessness

Skippering

A major step in reducing homelessness?

Liverpool Police homeless curb beggars belief

Charity begins at home?

Legal aid charade

Surviving the streets – by those who've done it

Stop the scandal

Glasgow homeless services at risk

 

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