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Roper Rhodes donates PPE supplies

4 June 2020

A big thank you to staff from leading bathroom fittings’ company, Roper Rhodes who donated PPE equipment and masks to our front line staff. Members of the New Product Development team at Roper Rhodes wanted to use the lockdown time in a productive way and raised donations and utilised their network of global suppliers to bring in… Read More

Celebrating our volunteers this #VolunteersWeek

4 June 2020

This #VolunteersWeek2020 we’d like to say a huge thank you to all of our volunteers who help and support us across the organisation. Everyone single one of you brings something invaluable to the charity and we’re incredibly grateful for your dedication and support. ⁠ Our work is very different right now and we’re simply not the same… Read More

We’re in need of cooked meals

14 May 2020

Calling food suppliers in Bath & B&NES. We need your help!⁠ Every lunch time in Bath we are providing meals for 73 people within our care. This includes everyone at our hostel and new supported accommodation sites for men and women with a history of rough sleeping.⁠ At dinner time, we also cook and supply… Read More

Andrew’s Story

11 May 2020

Andrew (44) is currently in lockdown in a Julian House emergency accommodate site in Bath. Prior to this he had been trying to stay safe in the cramped environment of the charity’s 20 bed emergency hostel on Manvers Street. Although Julian House staff had been doing their best to make the hostel building as safe… Read More

Bike Workshops to re-open

6 May 2020

We are very pleased to announce that we are re-opening our Bath Bike Workshop this coming Saturday, the 9th May at 9am.   The Bike Workshop will then be open Tues – Sat from 9am to 5pm. The safety of our customers, colleagues and the communities we serve is our primary consideration, so we will be strictly… Read More

Make a Garden of Hope

5 May 2020

Help us by making a Garden of Hope and spread some positive messages to the men, women and children in our care. Take a picture and upload it on social media @JulianHouseUK so we can share them with people in our hostel and refuge.

Indoor Ironman Success

1 May 2020

A huge well done and thank you to Paul Mussert, Sales Director at Smith Nephew, who completed the distance of an Ironman, 140.6 miles, in just under 6hrs 25min on his in-door spin bike. By doing so, he raised an amazing £1905 for Julian House.⁠ Paul’s helping us support vulnerable people who are at real… Read More

Virtual Quiz This Friday

28 April 2020

Join us for our next virtual quiz happening Friday 1st May at 1pm.

2.6 Challenge Videos

28 April 2020

So far, our supporters have taken on some brilliant challenges to help us raise vital funds. From hula-hooping and star jumps, to treasure maps and assault courses, they’ve helped us raise over £4,500 and counting.