An emergency night shelter in Northampton has helped more than 30 people in its first month.
The temporary accommodation and support services are being used by men aged 18 to 59 since it opened on the 6 February.
Since staying at the shelter, some have moved to supported housing and others have reconnected with family.
We opened the night shelter to help people move away from dangerous situations and that’s what’s happening.
Our aim is to help and encourage everyone who stays at the shelter to engage with services and take a leap of faith.
The key to the night shelter’s success is the fantastic team of volunteers who spend time talking to people about the support they need, and their hopes and fears.
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She will be honoured along with Northampton swimmer Ellie Robinson at an event at Buckingham Palace this morning.
A five-year-old boy from Northamptonshire was left covered in sores after his father claims he became addicted to the steroids in his eczema cream.
At its worst Charlie Maddy had to be sedated in hospital and given morphine for the pain.
He is now recovering and his parents are trying to raise awareness.
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Five arrests have now been made following the death of a 17-year-old boy in Northampton.Read the full story ›
- Video report by ITV News Anglia's Liz Summers
A 17-year-old who died after an attack in Northampton has been named.
Officers were called to St George's Street in the town, shortly after 5pm Tuesday, 14 February.
A 17-year-old boy, arrested on suspicion of murder remains in custody.
A second arrest, a 15-year-old boy, has also now been made in connection with the investigation.
"This happened in a residential area (St George’s St) at 5pm when people may have been coming home from work."
Officers are appealing for anyone who may have witnessed this incident or seen people acting suspiciously in the area to come forward.
Aldbury Court remains cordoned off. McDonalds at the Drapery which had been closed as part of the investigation, is now open.