Hello and welcome to the coverage of our #TentDeath Campaign: Getting justice for Cardon Banfield who sadly died, decomposed and rotted away in a tent on the banks of the Severn in Worcester June/July 2016. 484 more words
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EXCLUSIVE: @HugoSugg comes out from behind #HugosEarthquake & explains why #TentDeath matters so much to him.
74 year old Cardon Banfield, who tragically passed away and decomposed in a tent this summer, is the latest victim of the shambles that is Worcester City and Worcestershire county’s homeless provision. 1,508 more words
The Freedom of Information Act comes in handy to a Campaigning organisation, because we can use it to challenge and argue our point.
Hugo’s Earthquake believes that Worcester City Council has written a bad Tender Contract for the homeless in Worcester, at the expense of £500,000 (over 2 years) of which County Community Projects (Gloucester) bidded and was awarded. 1,015 more words
There has been a unified silence amongst CCP, Worcester City Council and Maggs Day Centre today, but that can only last so long.
The Council have are spending £250,000 per year (for 2 years with possibility of extension for one more year) and commissioned CCP to provide the new service. 158 more words
Cardon Banfield died in Worcester by the River Severn sometime in June/early July 2016, in a tent, alone. A passer-by smelt then saw his badly decomposed body. 167 more words