Homelessness charity Framework opens doors to people of Worksop

Residents were invited to a Framework open day recently where they discovered what the charity is doing for homeless and vulnerable people in the Worksop area.

By The Newsroom
Monday, 18th July 2016, 2:12 pm
Updated Monday, 18th July 2016, 3:14 pm
Framework open day, pictured are Notts County Council chairman Yvonne Woodhead, Coun Sheila Place, Keith Coward, Jane Revill, Adam Pagett, Bassetlaw District Council vice chair Madelaine Richardson, Gavin Edson and Laura Jenkin
Framework open day, pictured are Notts County Council chairman Yvonne Woodhead, Coun Sheila Place, Keith Coward, Jane Revill, Adam Pagett, Bassetlaw District Council vice chair Madelaine Richardson, Gavin Edson and Laura Jenkin

The event was held at the charity’s homeless accommodation on Potter Street this week.

Visitors were given a tour of the accommodation by past and present residents and learnt more about the services Framework offers to them such as skills training and employment training.

Nottinghamshire County Council chairman Yvonne Woodhead was a special guest at the event.

Framework open day, pictured is Notts County Council chairman Yvonne Woodhead chatting with Mark Barnett and Deborah Jones
Framework open day, pictured is Notts County Council chairman Yvonne Woodhead chatting with Mark Barnett and Deborah Jones