28 Sep 2015
Peak District hikers “TREK” for homeless and vulnerable people
More than 20 people battled thick fog, heavy rain and chilly temperatures as they completed a marathon walk across the Peak District in aid of homeless and vulnerable people on Saturday, September 12.
21 Sep 2015
Sleep Out volunteers urged to show Robin Hood spirit
Volunteers are being asked to spend a night sleeping rough this winter to help support homeless and vulnerable people.
17 Aug 2015
Skegby resident receives surprise home makeover
A disabled young woman from Skegby will be the beneficiary of a surprise home makeover this week – thanks to Framework and some generous lettings agents.
10 Aug 2015
Runga Run raises more than £8,000
Laughter, cheers and a whole lot of colour filled the air as more than 100 runners took part in the inaugural Runga Run.
05 Aug 2015
Guests enjoy open day and BBQ
More than 50 people attended an open day at a Framework accommodation service in Newark yesterday.
30 Jul 2015
Homeless young people in County Hall visit to thank councillors
Homeless young people visited County Hall in Matlock on Tuesday to thank councillors for listening to their concerns – and to remind them of the importance of the service.
21 Jul 2015
Mansfield volunteer receives national award at home of Mayor of London
A Mansfield volunteer, who has given hundreds of hours and raised over £90,000 for charity was invited to Mansion House, official home of the Mayor of London, last week to be honoured with a League of Mercy Award.
09 Jul 2015
Framework gives lettings master class at national conference
Framework attended a major national conference yesterday to deliver a master class session on setting up and managing a residential lettings agency.
07 Jul 2015
Regional recognition for Framework building
A Framework building for homeless people in Lincoln has been recognised as one of the best social or affordable new housing developments in the East Midlands.
23 Jun 2015
Golf Day raises more than £10,000
Sixty golfers took to the well-manicured greens and fairways of Beeston Fields Golf Club as they raised more than £10,000 for homeless and vulnerable people.