From Homelessness to Independent Living - 6 July 2019
Richard Sayer, Salvation Army Hostel Manager
Richard is the Service Manager for Salvation Army Lifehouse (homeless hostel) Logos House in Bristol. Prior to this he worked for the National Probation Service as a manager with the Youth Offending Team, and with adult offenders in groupwork and one-to-one.
Richard has Honours degrees in Social Anthropology and Community Justice. His hobbies include cycling, reading and playing the guitar. He is a Trustee for a Charity called Changing Tunes which uses music to help rehabilitate prisoners and ex-prisoners. He is married with two sons, and attends Woodies Church.
Venue. The training sessions will all be held at The Old Schools Rooms, St Michaells Centre, The Green, Stoke Gifford, Bristol, BS34 8PD. There is free on street parking and you can find more information here.
How to Book. If you would like to book any of the sessions, please click here to leave us a few details and let us know you're coming. We look forward to welcoming you along on the day.