09 Apr 2015
Framework campaigns to change Troubled Lives
Five simple policy changes could revolutionise support for people whose lives have been blighted by multiple and complex needs – that’s the focus of a campaign launched by Framework today.
25 Mar 2015
Framework named charity partner of Lincoln shopping centre
Lincoln’s premier shopping destination – Waterside Shopping – has selected Framework as its 2015 Charity Partner of the Year.
28 Feb 2015
Nottingham City bucking national rough sleeping trend
Rough sleeping may be increasing across the country but Nottingham is bucking the national trend. That’s the view of Framework, after official figures showed they were keeping a lid on the problem.
24 Feb 2015
Music Exchange up for shop of the year award
A social-enterprise and music retailer founded by Framework has been nominated for a prestigious national award.
20 Feb 2015
Residents of Lincoln alcohol accommodation welcome open day visitors
The first residents at a new residential alcohol support service in Lincoln welcomed visitors and members of the media to an open morning this week.
13 Feb 2015
Big Snore returns on March 7
The Big Snore sponsored sleep out has been rescheduled and will return to Mansfield Town Football Club at 8:30pm on Saturday the 7th March.
12 Feb 2015
Temporary leadership changes at Framework
The Framework board has agreed some temporary changes to the leadership of the organisation.
15 Jan 2015
Major step forward for mental health support in Nottingham
Support for people experiencing a mental health crisis will take a major step forward this week, as a new crisis accommodation facility opens in Nottingham.
22 Dec 2014
Cricketers make Christmas delivery for homeless men in Nottingham
Players from Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club brought some early Christmas cheer to homeless people in Nottingham on Friday, when they delivered parcels of food and other festive treats.
16 Dec 2014
Carols and smiles as young people deliver jars of hope to councillors
Christmas shoppers in Matlock were entertained by homeless young carol singers yesterday – as they delivered a timely reminder to Derbyshire County Council about the possible consequences of proposed funding cuts.