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rough

(rŭf),
Not smooth; denoting the irregular, coarsely granular surface of a certain bacterial colony type.
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"Due to the massive increase of homeless people sleeping rough on our streets at night in tents around the city, the Feed Our Homeless team of volunteers are giving out four to five tents and up to 10 sleeping bags every single night to homeless people sleeping rough around the city."
Support workers or 'navigators' offer tailored support to people sleeping rough until they are settled in accommodation.
We work with people sleeping rough in the south Manchester area to help them engage with services to help them move away from a life on the streets."
Jon Sparkes, chief executive of Crisis, said: "It's a sad reality that the numbers of EU nationals sleeping rough has gone up in the last year, and that since 2010 the numbers of UK nationals and others sleeping rough in England has increased by 16 per cent.
Across England 4,677 people were found to be sleeping rough in autumn 2018, down by less than 2% from 4,751 in 2017, which was a record high.
The rough sleeping count and estimate numbers, published by the Department for Communities and Local Government, are single night snapshots of the number of people sleeping rough in local authority areas.
Across England 4,677 people were found to be sleeping rough in autumn 2018, down by less than 2 per cent from 4,751 in 2017, which was a record high.
"The number of people sleeping rough in Birmingham is a disgrace.
Specifically, rough sleeper outreach teams in Birmingham, Coventry, Solihull, Walsall and Wolverhampton will work to rapidly respond to locate people known to be sleeping rough and support them to access a place of safety.
Town fans raise PS50k for the homeless by sleeping rough at the John Smith's Stadium Very proud of my bestie Amanda Sharman who did this.
Gives others chance to open gap and put extra pressure on." Cameron Westwood TOP TREND: The bad weather did not stop dozens of fundraisers sleeping rough at St James' Park.