Over the long bank holiday weekend there will be changes to the usual food services available for homeless people in Southend. Here is a summary of what's available from HARP and other agencies and groups:
Friday 3 May
Storehouse, Coleman St, 11.30am-12.30pm / 1.00pm-2.00pm
57 West, 6 Clarence Rd ‘Drop in’ (Tea/coffee/toast/snacks) 12.00noon-3.00pm
Love on the Streets ‘Soup Kitchen’’ Clarence Road Car Park 7.00pm-8.30pm
Saturday 4 May
57 West, 6 Clarence Rd, ‘Community Meal’ 12.00pm-2.00pm
Street Spirit ‘Soup Kitchen’– Clarence Road Car Park 7.00pm-8.30pm
Sunday 5 May
Mama’s Soup Kitchen Clarence Road Car Park from 6.00pm-7.30pm
Monday 6 May (Bank Holiday)
One Love ‘Soup Kitchen’ Hollybrook Site, Carnarvon Road 7.00pm (rough sleepers) 7.30pm (non rough sleepers)
Tuesday 7 May
The Bradbury Day Centre, York Road, ‘Rough Sleeper Breakfast’ 9.00am – 11.00am
All Saints Church, 1 Sutton Rd (by roundabout), Breakfast 8.00am-11am
Salvation Army ‘Community Breakfast’, Clarence Rd 10.30am-12 noon
The Bradbury Day Centre, York Road ‘Lunchtime Service’ 12.00noon – 1.30pm
Homeless Street Hub ‘Soup Kitchen’ – Clarence Rd Car Park 7.00pm- 9.00pm
Service Opening/Closing days:
HARP Emergency and Supported Housing Services are staffed as usual throughout the Bank Holiday period.
The Bradbury Day Centre on York Road is open up to 4.00pm on Friday 3 May. The Day Centre will reopen at 9.00am on Tuesday 7 May. Rough Sleeper Night Packs are available all over the weekend and Bank Holiday.
Southend Vineyard Storehouse – Closed after Friday 3 May. Open from Wednesday 8 May and back to the normal weekly pattern commencing with ‘Family Storehouse’.
57 West Closed after Saturday 4 May. Open again on Wednesday 8 May.
Please note: HARP has been kindly provided with the above details to inform service users and local stakeholders of the services available during this Holy Week/Easter period. Please contact the relevant agencies about these services.