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June – July 2024 : Reflections READ ONLINE




Ask Us: How to reset that low mood feeling?

Answers from The Pavement Magazine Facebook page

If it’s cold and wet outside...
...find yourself a night shelter
Should I tell doctors I'm homeless?
Answers from readers via our Facebook page.
Ask us: Problem solved
Answers from our readers
Breast cancer – action update
Most breast lumps (90 per cent) aren't cancerous, but it's always best to have them checked by your doctor
Room to breathe
Lung health can be a big issue for homeless people...


Lived with it all
A poem by McGinlay
Reader feedback
How useful is our little mag?
News in brief, July–August 2018
All the news that fits - from stinking hostels and rocketing numbers of under-25s on the streets to our peer journalists' festival talk
Our Instagram page
Seeing things differently
One brick at a time
Making good even when things look bleak
Numbers up
Rough sleeping is at its highest since records began


How I feel about photography
Photographer Lewis explains why he takes photos
Population explosion
The prison population of England and Wales rose by about 90 per cent between 1990 and 2016
Meet the team

'From the Ground Up’ aims to teach journalism skills to people with first-hand experience of homelessness. Meet our team, who bring you experience and honesty in spades...

Programmed for work?
Donald hoped the Work Programme would help him, but he soon became disillusioned
Prof Green on homelessness
If you can make a short video about being homeless, get in touch...
In focus: Referendum
If you live in Scotland right now, people are chasing your vote. And they don’t care that you’re homeless.


Q: Should sexual assault be reported to the police?
A selection of answers from ThePavementMagazine Facebook page
Global know how
Ideas from around the world to help homeless people


The names
Annual service remembers 146 homeless men and women
Commemorating friends and companions
The annual service of commemoration at St Martin’s was, as usual, touching and heart-breaking
Remembering our dead
The names of 171 homeless men and women were read out at the annual celebration of the homeless people who died on our streets over the year.

Your voice

Crisis at Christmas
Tony Porter writes with his view of the seasonal service in London