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Townwatch UK travels across the UK creating a support network that is supporting vulnerable people to live better lives through real life journalism our aim is to create a public platform that can help build a better society across the UK.

Townwatch UK understands that It is not all rough sleepers are addicted to drugs, there are the self-employed homeless, there are the people having relationship issues, many have lost their jobs due to Covid, and people that have been released from prison with no where to go. Townwatch UK understands that People who end up on the streets the most are people that have mostly experienced trauma in their lives and end up with personality disorders or other mental health conditions, these conditions cause many of them to ‘self medicate’. Most people seem to choose these substances in the following order: Alcohol, Cannabis, followed by Crack cocaine, Heroin, and then the strange drug called “spice” which is smoked on bits of paper or herbs this drug often gets into prisons easily and is highly difficult to detect, many prisons have started photocopying mail to prevent this from happening but Townwatch UK has sources which tell us it still gets into prisons.

Townwatch UK Outreach Project

Townwatch UK actively patrol the streets and ensure any homeless people are referred to the relevant service/s, everyone is individual and some require different needs than the majority.

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Image: Love on the street by Vince Godwin

Townwatch UK aims to work closely with local and national charities to provide a wide support network to the community. We publish on public issues and work on the solutions to homelessness, poverty, and many other issues that are affecting communities around the UK.

We avoid publishing negative news, we prefer to focus on publishing solutions to societies problems, the ultimate aim is a better society for all whether rich or poor. Many people live sheltered lives in the UK and are lucky if they haven’t experienced such things as mental health and/or homelessness, we aim to be a voice for those that are often voiceless.

Townwatch UK welcomes anyone who feels they have anything that can contribute to our cause in any way. We encourage the public to engage with us via our contact form below or you can contact our founder: Vince Godwin directly via email: [email protected]

Anyone with lived experiences such as homelessness, prison, or other experiences such as escaping modern-day slavery can provide highly valuable insight for others to learn from, and we welcome anyone who wishes to write about such topics from a first-hand experience.Name(required)Email(required)MessageContact Us

We Support Sreetlink

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we support Streetlink and add people we find to their record, by finding homeless people sleeping rough. Streetlink will always ping the relevant homeless service depending on the area and the homeless services available streetlink will contact the local charity who then send outreach teams to the homeless person that was sighted. We aim to meet peoples immediate needs wherever possible we provide food, water, and a phone to use if they need to get a message to someone.

Streetlink tells our teams to let them know to wait up to 24 hours in the same place and someone will reach out to them, so meeting their immediate needs is very important. We reach out to charities such as HARPSVPThe one love project, and Public support

We began in Southend-On-Sea, Essex we continue to grow across the UK. We can identify real homeless people a lot easier than the average person through our combined training, research, and lived experiences. These lived experiences help us to engage with people that are rough sleeping.

Some of the services we provide

  • Outreach to find and support the homeless
  • Advocacy service for the vulnerable/ homelessness
  • Community forum
  • Non-profit real life journalism and research.
  • watchdog for the vulnerable
  • Voices for the voiceless
  • Campaigns for change

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