Numeracy Project Shows Real World Benefit of Maths Skills

The real world benefit of PATH’s Numeracy Project was evident last week as the first two groups of learners successfully planned trips around the county. The aim of the Numeracy Project is for adults aged 19+ to build up maths skills so they can more confidently deal with real world situations such as paying rent, managing bills, avoiding debt and …

Tenancy Support Drop-In Sessions Launching Next Month

We are thrilled to announce the launch of our latest initiative aimed at providing immediate and free tenancy support and advice to those in Pembrokeshire: our Drop-in Service. Starting on Friday, May 10th – then taking place every Friday afterwards – we will be hosting free drop-in sessions at the Mount Community Centre in Milford Haven from 9:30am to 12:30pm. …

Great turnout for Stakeholder Engagement Event

We were delighted that nearly 40 attendees joined us yesterday (March 19th) at The County Hotel in Haverfordwest for our Stakeholder Engagement Event. The aim of the event was primarily to provide an update on the progress of our UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UK SPF) projects – being delivered by Pathway Counselling and our Numeracy team – but it was …

PATH appoints Aimee Quigley as Legal Counsel

Pembrokeshire Action for The Homeless (PATH) is delighted to have appointed a qualified solicitor to our team in the brand-new role of Legal Counsel. Aimee Quigley has been identified as a key talent to help with our aims as a charity due to her extensive experience with legal matters relating to property law, negotiation, employment law, litigation and contract law, …

First group of numeracy participants attend festive event

The first group of learners to take part in our innovative Numeracy Project met at the VC Gallery in Pembroke Dock yesterday for a festive event before teaching begins in January. Orginally the plan was for teaching to start in April 2024, however due to our team’s amazing efforts at getting the project up and running, we are now in …

Castle School donate food for Christmas hampers

Food that will go towards Christmas hampers for PATH clients was generously donated by year 9 pupils from Castle School this week. Having read a text about homelessness this term, the class wanted to know about the scale of the problem at home in Pembrokeshire, so we provided them with leaflets and fact sheets to help put the problem into …

Politicians Welcomed To PATH Office

In our goal to raise awareness of the homelessness problem in Pembrokeshire, we have welcomed local politicians to our office this month. Firstly we were delighted to welcome Eluned Morgan MS, Minister for Health and Social Services; Cllr Marc Tierney, County Councillor for Narberth Urban; and Henry Tufnell, Labour MP candidate for Mid & South Pembrokeshire. We then had the pleasure …

PATH Recruiting New Trustees

Do you love Pembrokeshire? Do you want to make a real difference? Do you have valuable skills that could help us a trustee? Voluntary/Non-remunerated Minimum of three years commitment  We’re seeking individuals with proficiency and experience in any area that might enhance the work of PATH. Applications will be particularly welcomed from those with legal and/or financial expertise and anyone with …

Numeracy project launched to support homeless people in Pembrokeshire 

Today is World Homelessness Day and it is being marked in Pembrokeshire by the launch of a groundbreaking new project offering practical support to people who are at risk of losing their homes.  Pembrokeshire Action for the Homeless’ Numeracy Project has received £405,000 from the UK Government through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund, administered by Pembrokeshire County Council – and …

Staff Satisfaction Very High at PATH

Our annual staff survey highlighted very high employee satisfaction last month. Our 30 question survey aimed to find out exactly what our staff thought we did right, and what we could continue to improve on, and the results were presented at our last staff day. Below are the results of the survey:

Raising Awareness at Pembrokeshire County Show 2023

Following on from our rebrand to PATH, last week we attended the Pembrokeshire County Show to further raise awareness of the growing homelessness problem in the county. Based in the Community Hub, organised by PAVS, the busy two days were spent talking to the general public and partner organisations. We also spoke to politician such as Mark Drakeford MS and …

Pembrokeshire Care Society Rebrands to PATH

Pembrokeshire’s leading homelessness charity, formerly known as Pembrokeshire Care Society, is excited to announce its rebranding to PATH – Pembrokeshire Action for the Homeless. This rebrand is an effort to more precisely reflect the life-changing work that the organisation has been spearheading since 1979. PATH is the lifeline for over 2,000 individuals each year who are grappling with homelessness or …