Bristol City Council has denied accusations it has tried to ban all rough sleeping in the city.Read the full story ›
A group of homeless people who've set up camp on council land in Bristol are trying to raise funds to help them fight eviction.Read the full story ›
13-year-old Hamish Anderson has been stopping at a Bristol cafe on his way to school to buy bacon sandwiches for two homeless men he passes.Read the full story ›
The Mayor of Bristol says the number of people living on the streets in the city has gone up to an alarming level.Read the full story ›
More than 2,000 children in the South West will wake up homeless this Christmas, according to new figures released by the housing charity Shelter.
The charity says that children's mental and physical health can be badly affected by living in cramped or unsafe temporary accommodation.
It's asking for the public's help to make sure they can be there for more families.
Bath Rugby players will be helping dish out soup to homeless people in the city today as part of a fundraising campaign. Bath has one of the highest numbers of rough sleepers in the UK.
The money will go to homelessness projects run by local charity The Genesis Trust.
The number of homeless people in the region has risen for the third year in a row, according to a Government report.Read the full story ›
A choir made up of homeless singers will perform their first carol concert tonightRead the full story ›
As the temperatures stay below freezing in the evening, the homeless are among those worst affected. In fact it has been so cold recently that in Exeter emergency accommodation has been set up: something that is proving a lifeline for many, as Seth Conway has been finding out.
Emergency accommodation is being provided in towns and cities across the West, for those living on the streets. Seth Conway has been to Exeter to find out how homeless people are coping in the freezing conditions.