We’ve been closed for a while, but we are now thrilled to announce that our store on Newland Avenue will be re-launched on Wednesday 22 July. Our team has been working hard behind-the-scenes on a completely new look for the shop, which will reopen with a new name: Emmaus Newland. Our new opening hours are: Monday to Saturday 10am – 3pm. These reduced hours will allow us time to implement a rigorous daily cleaning regime at the end of each day. This stylish store, at 193 Newland Avenue in Hull, is fully stocked with a range of quality pre-loved clothes, as well as a bric-a-brac and small furniture area to browse through. We’re operating a cash-only till at this time. We’re really proud of our new-look store. The makeover was led by local interior designer Rob Fawcett, who also kindly runs upcycling workshops for our companions. Read Rob’s story here. Keeping everyone safe whilst shopping Please avoid visiting our store if you or members of your household have been experiencing COVID-19 symptoms. We have completed a COVID-19 secure Risk Assessment. In order to give everyone a pleasant, safe experience at Emmaus Newland, we now have a one-way system in place […]
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HullHARP, a local homeless charity has provided funds for an extra member of staff at Emmaus to reduce rough sleeping and homelessness during Covid 19. Director of Emmaus Hull and East Riding, Kelly Finnis said; “Firstly, we’d like to thank HULLHARP for this generous and kind offer. During this global pandemic charities like our own are facing substantial financial loses. This funding will go a long way in making a huge difference. As a city we are dynamic in our approaches to reducing rough sleeping and citywide partners continue to work closely together to deliver a variety of solutions to meet a diverse range of needs. This funded post will work with those in very temporary accommodation in Hull & the East Riding, our existing Outreach teams, and our many partners to collectively secure longer-term solutions. Thank you once again to HULLHARP for coming forward and making this happen” HULLHARP Chair, Sandy Smith said “Our Trustees have been following the work the Outreach Team at Emmaus have been undertaking over recent months. One of the issues we identified was a shortfall in intensive work with those rough sleepers who have been housed through the Council. We believe this is a […]
The Outreach Service has launched a freephone telephone number for Hull and the East Riding. It is available 7 days a week from 9am till 5pm. It would be great if you could download the A4 leaflet, print it out and display it so that we get everyone to know about it. Many thanks for your help.
to St Michaels Church in Skidby who raised over £500.00 for our charity by Carol Singing over the Christmas period. Companions and staff attended a service to thank them for this contribution. The money will help us to continue to provide crucial support to our companions and others that we work with. We are pleased they will also be supporting us next year.
Dressed up in their finest suits, their hair combed and with smiles on their faces, it is hard to imagine how these four men ever ended up on the streets. All four men have faced cold nights, hungry sleeps and the feeling of despair as they desperately try to break free from the clutches of homelessness. The reasons these men ended up on the streets are all very different – but they do have one big thing in common. They were all helped by Emmaus, the charity dedicated to helping the homeless. Two of them are at the beginning of their journey off the streets, the other two are at the end. We caught up with them at the recently opened Barrow Boys, as they were treated to a special Christmas meal at Tommy Coyle’s new bar and restaurant to find out their stories.
Hull’s hottest new dining, drinking and dancing venue welcomed more than 40 guests from the city’s homeless community and served up a Christmas treat to remember. The Barrow Boys – known far and wide as Purveyors of Good Times – demonstrated their commitment to helping people through hard times by opening its doors for an afternoon of festive fun. The bar joined forces with Emmaus Hull & East Riding to provide homeless people with a traditional Christmas lunch with all the trimmings in the plush surroundings of the bar in Humber Dock Street, Hull. And the event was also much more than a meal, with top entertainer Dan Furniss delivering a live performance free of charge and a winter warner pack donated by the Tommy Coyle Foundation, which covered the costs of the food and non-alcoholic drinks and equipped guests with hats, scarves and gloves. Tommy Coyle, co-founder of The Barrow Boys and Managing Director of the Tommy Coyle Foundation, said: “Boxing has been good to me and the people of Hull have supported me not just in victory but in defeat as well and this is just one of the ways I like to try give something back to […]
We were voted charity of the month by customers of Beverley Building Society in December. Read more here!
Our sales started on Thursday 28th December and go on till Tuesday 7th January. Don’t miss out on the biggest bargains around! at our outlet on Preston Rd at Home from Home on Whitefriargate at our superstore on Lockwood St
With thanks to local business Ideal Boilers we are today launching our Winter Fundraising Draw. Tickets are £2:00 available from each of our shops on Whitefriargate, Lockwood Street and the Freedom Centre. The draw takes place on Sat 20th Jan 2018 with the chance to win a new Logic C-30 Combi Boiler plus money off vouchers for spending in our retail stores.