We provide supported accommodation for 26 residents at two hostels, a number of flats to promote independent living in the local community, and a nightly sit-up service for ten rough sleepers.

Bosco House

Bosco House opened in 1983 under the guidance of Father Michael Booth, a Salesian priest who taught in the local secondary school.

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Bosco Lodge

Bosco Lodge opened in May 2016 – nearly a year after we should have moved residents from the previous, inadequate, hostel into the newly refurbished building.

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Independent living

The Bosco Society owns a number of flats in the local area that residents can move on to after a 12-month stay in either Bosco House or Lodge.

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The Sit-Up Service

The Sit-Up Service provides a safe, warm, dry place for up to 10 rough-sleepers to spend the night, alternating between Bosco House and Bosco Lodge.

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