Imagine having nowhere to live.
What would you do? Where would you go for help? How would you survive?
For thousands of people in Wales, homelessness is a frightening reality. Fortunately, Llamau (pronounced Lamb - eye) can provide the accommodation, support and advice that is so crucial in times of crisis. Llamau is Wales’ leading homeless charity, working with homeless and potentially homeless young people and vulnerable women across Wales.
An established charity with head offices in Cardiff but projects across Wales, Llamau has been working for over 26 years, to offer support, help, accommodation and housing advice to homeless and vulnerable young people and women in Wales.
World Book Night!
Thursday the 23rd of April was World Book Night! As part of this wonderful event we were giving out books to the people that we support. These were:
‘Chickenfeed’ by Minette Walters
A ‘quick read’ crime thriller, based on a true story from 1920’s England.
‘A Street Cat Named Bob’ by James Bowen
This is another true story. James was homeless, living in sheltered accommodation in London when he adopted a cat who followed him around. “This is the tale of how they became inseparable and their diverse, comic and occasionally dangerous adventures would transform both their lives, slowly healing the scars of each other's troubled pasts. A Street Cat Named Bob is a moving and uplifting story that will touch the heart of anyone who reads it.”
Join us in celebrating books, books and even more BOOKS!