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Address:

Caritas Anchor House
81 Barking Road
Canning Town
London
E16 4HB

Telephone: 020 7476 6062
Fax: 020 7055 6821

Email: [email protected]

 

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Nearest Underground Station: Either take the Jubilee Line  or the Docklands Light Railway and get off at Canning Town station.

Nearest Bus Stop: Get off the bus at Canning Town Bus Station.

From the underground or bus stop, cross over to the Barking Road. We are the tall blue and white building on the left hand side on Barking Road number 81. It has the name Anchor House written in blue above the entrance!

 

Parking Facilities:

There are usually parking spaces available in the street directly behind Caritas Anchor House or the adjacent areas. There is no charge for this.

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Director takes on Annapurna

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014

At Caritas Anchor House, a homeless charity in the second most deprived borough in the country, sometimes it can feel like we have a mountain of challenges to overcome.

Budget cuts, heavy demand for services and the increasing complexity of service user needs all take their toll, but this November our Director Keith Fernett has decided to exchange one mountain for another and is trekking across the foothills of Annapurna with four friends.

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Jeremy Paxman visits Caritas Anchor House

Friday, September 12th, 2014

Award-winning journalist, author and television presenter Jeremy Paxman paid a visit to Newham homeless charity Caritas Anchor House last week.

Paxman, a strong advocate of finding long-term solutions to homelessness, said “Caritas Anchor House is the full package – their focus is very much on treating people as individuals, rather than taking a one-size-fits-all approach. That might sound simple, but it’s incredibly important and, as their track record proves, it works.”

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Rethink and Remember

Friday, August 29th, 2014

Rethink and Remember is the theme of this year’s International Overdose Awareness Day.

Held on 31st August each year, this day is centered around prevention and remembrance and aims to both raise awareness of overdose and also acknowledge the grief felt by families and friends of those who have lost their lives or suffered permanent injury as a result of drug overdose.

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