The 3rd Macclesfield Upton Priory Scouts Sleepout Team were back again this year to take on their 3rd challenge. This year they decided to mix it up a little bit.
Some of the St. Mary’s team were truly motivated after their sleepout challenge, here are some of their reflections from their experience
Last weekend Karen completed her sleepout challenge, determined to not let her Spina Bifida and recent heart attack define her; this is why Karen wanted to take on the Advent Sleepout Challenge.
This year’s Ringwood Sleepout Challenge featured our youngest challenger yet, here’s their story:
This is the third year that some of the staff from St. Bridget's CE Primary in Wirral have embarked on the Sleep Out. Here are some of the Headteacher, Mr. Le Feuvre’s musings from last year.
This is Phil talking about his experience of homelessness. Phil’s story shows us that, like many others, moving from sleeping on the streets to sleeping in a winter night shelter can be a life-changing difference.
First thing the staff did was make sure I got a hot meal and a piping mug of tea.
Handcrafted has given me an incentive to get out of bed. It’s changed my life.
I started breathing again. There was a way out, and I could see it. I still carry that hope inside me. I know it’s going to get better.
To me it’s made a really big difference because I’ve not always had the support they have.