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Some homeless shun shelters in Brighton and Hove From The Argus

“I do not like to see them in the cold but a team of six of us go out at night and offer hot drinks, food and mulberry sleeping bags. This can keep them alive.”

Julian Hadlow, Off the Fence

“I do not like to see them in the cold but a team of six of us go out at night and offer hot drinks, food and sleeping bags. This can keep them alive.”

He said he could not give figures on how many homeless people were shunning shelters, but said they were not alcoholics and drug users but people who were acclimatised to outside life.

Brighton and Hove City Council works to make sure there is space for every rough sleeper in a shelter when the we mulberry ather forecast predicts at least three consecutive nights of subzero temperatures.

A spokesman said the city’s rough sleepers outreach team had been “working flat out” to make contact with as many homeless people as possible to let them know.

Today (February 2) Andy Winter, chief executive of Brighton Housing Trust tweeted 27 homeless people spent last night in emergency s mulberry helters.

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A homeless chap I often give a few quid told me that there are a lot of homeless eastern Europeans in the shelters, who can be very aggressive and intimidating to other homeless people (stealing sleeping bags and clothes from them), and people like my friend say that it is safer to be on the streets that in the hostels

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Pork William wrote:

A homeless chap I often give a few quid told me that there are a lot of homeless eastern Europeans in the shelters, who can be very aggressive and intimidating to other homeless people (stealing sleeping bags and clothes from them), and people like my friend say that it is safer to be on the streets that in the hostelsI befriended a polish chap and got to know him quite well. He was homeless so i put him up on the sofa for about 3 nights, only to find out the next morning ALL my money was missing from my wallet and my mobile also went walkies,he stole them from my bedroom whilst i slept in there and just left. I will never help someone out again because of this!!

You try to be nice to people only to get sha I fed him and let him do his washing have a shower etc and he repaid me like this,A homeless chap I often give a few quid told me that there are a lot of homeless eastern Europeans in the shelters, who can be very aggressive and intimidating to other homeless people (stealing sleeping bags and clothes from them), and people like my friend say that it is safer to be on the streets that in the hostels[/p][/quote]I befriended a polish chap and got to know him quite well. He was homeless so i put him up on the sofa for about 3 nights, only to find out the next morning ALL my money was missing from my wallet and my mobile also went walkies,he stole them from my bedroom whilst i slept in there and just left. I will never help someone out again because of this!!

You try to be nice to people only to get sha I fed him and let him do his washing have a shower etc and he repaid me like this,.