A charity have said they are "disgusted" by the decision to demolish a stall used to serve food to rough sleepers in Norwich.Read the full story ›
Several Northamptonshire charities have agreed to work together to ensure vulnerable people have enough food during the coronavirus crisis.Read the full story ›
A support centre for rough sleepers in Northampton has said it wants to extend its operating hours this winter.Read the full story ›
A woman who used to be homeless has introduced a food redistribution scheme to a Norfolk town.Read the full story ›
The shelter will open every night until the end of March.Read the full story ›
Rough sleepers camp on graveyard grounds at All Saints’ Church in Northampton.Read the full story ›
Housing charity Shelter has found a 177% increase in the number of homeless children in the region over the last five years.Read the full story ›
A summit has been held in Cambridge to address the rising numbers of rough sleepers in the East of England.
There has been a 200% rise in people living on our streets since 2010, with places like Norwich, Harlow, Ipswich and Southend among the worst affected.
Community leaders, including a former Archbishop of Canterbury, and volunteers came together to discuss how to tackle the problem.
- Click to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Matthew Hudson
Dozens of beggars have been warned by police about aggressive behaviour on the streets and asking for moneyRead the full story ›
A Norfolk charity says the number people without permanent homes over their heads is higher than official figures.
The Benjamin Foundation, based in Norwich, is asking people to sleep out for one night in November to raise money for those without a home.
The Foundation says that doesn't just mean those living on the streets, but those who are having to sofa surf, or are in vulnerable housing.