***Photo opportunity. Zen Internet founder and chief executive Richard Tang and the team will be available for photographs at 4pm on 23 February outside Manchester Cathedral***
Staff from Rochdale-based internet service provider, Zen, will brave the potentially icy temperatures of a February night to raise money for homelessness charity Petrus Community.
Among those wrapping up warm on 23 February will be chief executive Richard Tang and divisional managing director Martin O'Donnell, who will be joined in the grounds of Manch …
M&Y Maintenance and Construction has pledged to help refurbish the Petrus Community Hub, a homelessness centre based in Rochdale. Petrus Hub offers a range of essential day support services to vulnerable people, where those who are homeless or are at risk of becoming homeless can access advice and support, along with more practical help such as shower and laundry facilities and a daily breakfast.
Gill Kelly, managing director of M&Y Maintenance and Construction, recently visited Petrus and said: "The work that I saw P …
Members of the Petrus Community presented an eclectic mix of short films, spoken word and live music at Rochdale Literature and Ideas Festival at Touchstones on Thursday 20th October 2016.
The event was part of Hidden Tales, a project developed in partnership between Petrus and Community Arts North West, which aims to give expression to the unique wit and profound narrative of the Petrus service users and volunteers.
The Petrus participants worked with award winning film maker Mat Johns and digital artist Mahboobeh R …
Tesco customers are being invited to help community groups and good causes in Rochdale bag a share of a £12.5million carrier bag charge fund. Petrus is looking to benefit from this scheme.
More details: http://www.rochdaleonline.co.uk/news-features/105721…
One of the North West's leading housing businesses has taken on as a partner a respected charity for the homeless.
The Petrus Community, which has been providing supported housing and services to homeless people since 1972, has now become part of the Regenda Group of companies.
The partnership gives greater strength and stability …
The Hidden Rochdale Team from Petrus and Community Arts Northwest visiting Manchester Met University and Hume, to meet with University staff and experiment with new tech, taking a journey through urban sites and city gardens, sharing, exploring, preparing for Hidden Rochdale.
Next week...? We will keep you posted!
Photos by Lee Kirby …
Greater Manchester Mayor and Police and Crime Commissioner Tony Lloyd has praised a Rochdale community project for its work to keep women out of custody and prevent reoffending.
Speaking after his recent visit to the Petrus Hub, Tony said: "Short-term prison sentences for women who have committed less serious crimes ca …
We are currently looking for volunteers with an interest in art to help to create a 24 metre long art and information wall at the allotment on Belfield Road as part of our Grow Wild Homes To Habitats project.
We would particularly like to engage young people aged 12 – 25 although anybody is welcome to join us. Please see the poster below and circulate to anyone who may be interested in taking park either in creating the art wall or supporting volunteers to do so.
More information can be found via the link below:
NOW FULLY BOOKED - contact Rachel to be added to the reserve list
Please see below details of the trip to the National Wildlife Centre on the 13th July 2016.
The trip will include a visit to the grounds, the visitors centre and there is a café. A coach has been hired to take up to 50 people funded by Grow Wild and admission is just £1.75.
Please share. Booking confirmed upon payment on a fist come first served basis.…
The Mayor and Mayoress of Rochdale Councillors Surinder & Cecile Biant were special guests at a celebration event arranged to mark the completion of significant building improvement works at the Greave House supported housing service.
Greave House provides vital support and re-ablement services for local woman and men who have ment …
Around 30 volunteers will be sleeping out under the stars to highlight the plight of those who have no other option but to sle …
Petrus People Community store is now 2 years old and how proud we are! Just like any other 2 year old, it has grown up and learned a lot in this last 2 years.
As we celebrate our bithday it seems like a good time to take stock of what has been achieved in the last 2 years and to make our customers and donors more aware of the work of Petrus Community in Rochdale and the surrounding boroughs.
What do we do? We sell donated goods that still have life in them and our prices are hard to beat. We sell anything and everything; inc …
Please see belowdetails of the Annual Scribble Festival by Cartwheel Arts.
PIER plan to attend the event which is open to the public and free. Last years event was fantastic.
Free tickets can be booked via the link below:
All are welcome to attend. …
Thank you to everyone who attended and who volunteered to help with the preparations and on the day. Everyone did a great job!
Rochdale Catenians have raised £1,500 and donated it to help support the work of the local homelessness charity the Petrus Community. Peter Galvin, President of the Rochdale Catenians said 'I am delighted that the members of Rochdale Catenians adopted Petrus during my year as Presiden …
It would be great if you could make it. On the day we will have lots of activities followed by a buffet lunch.
If you are interested in adopting one of our plots or any other involvement with the allotment please get in touch.
The "Let's talk" project is one year old and has been successfully providing Petrus service users with fast track therapeutic counselling.
Petrus currently has two trainee Counsellors in post and they are seeing service users from across the organisation on a weekly basis. Our first trained Counsellor Clare has now gone onto a …
Exciting things are happening with the Green Gym and we have some fantastic projects lined up. We will soon be starting a community allotment on Entwistle Road partly funded by the RHS on land donated by the Eric Wright Group and will be working closely with Incredible Edible Todmorden. In light of our increased move towards food growing in the community we are pleased to announce that we will are now "Petrus Incredible Edible Rochdale" (P.I.E.R). We are looking forw …
On Wednesday 4th February an Evaluation Event was held at the Petrus Hub to share findings of an independent evaluation conducted by Rochdale and District Mind's Discovery Team. Petrus Community in partnership with the Bond Board were successful in March …
Homelessness is a big discussion point at the moment with housing prices well beyond the pocket of many and changes in the benefits system which mean families are having to give up homes for one reason or another. The idea of 'homelesness' often conjures up images of people on the street, bearded and drunk or under the influence of drugs. Such people are a part of the homelessness problem. Another, larger, group are those who live in fear and at risk of homelesness or are being looked after by a local authority because they are deemed to h …
The agreement commits both organisations to continue working together to expand and develop ho …
They requested a chance to talk with some of our service users, and this took place recently at Craig Lee House.
It was humbling to hear the …
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The price of a ticket is £10 which includes food and raffle a competition with 9 delicious wines from France to taste and identify with plenty of clues!
We do hope that as many of our members and supporters will be able to help support this event and have a very enjoyable evening.
There are a limited number of tickets available n …
The Petrus Community Grand Raffle was drawn by the Mayor Councillor Carol Wardle.
The raffle raised £750.00 which will go towards the provision of services for homeless people in Rochdale.
Petrus Co-ordinator, Denis Skelton said: 'Once again we wish to thank the people of Rochdale for supporting our work by both purchasing raff …
Pupils from St Cuthbert's RC High School recently presented Petrus Hub with a cheque for £1163.14. Kathryn Ansley, Lay Chaplain at the school said that "a big part of living our faith is how we support others in our community. We are proud that the pupils chose Petrus as one of their Lenten charities as it helps local peo …
The Petrus Green recently paid a visit to Incredible Edible Todmorden where we met with the founding members Pam Warhurst and Mary Clear. We heard about their experiences and the amazing work they have been doing in the Todmorden area and how they are now branching out to other areas by working with other projects such as Offshoots Permaculture …
There was a debate on homelessness in Parliament on 18 December 2013. The following is an extract from the contribution to the debate by Simon Danczuk, the MP for Rochdale.
'The Petrus homelessness project in Rochdale has achieved an incredible amount on an exceptionally tight budget, even though it has faced severe budget cuts. If it were not for Petrus, dozens of people in Rochdale would have died prematurely as a result of homelessness. If politicians are serious about addressing homelessness, they should watch a video called &quo …
The first link below will take you to a short film, Inspiring Stories, made about the BHealthy scheme. Petrus worked with Community Arts Northwest and filmmaker Lee Kirby to produce this film. It's a very cheery piece about the positive impact of BHealthy and our work with volunteers:
The second link, below, is the link for the Roofless and There’s a Hole in My Sidewalk films both produced as part of the Digital Sparks Project. The film was produced by Petrus, Community Arts Northwest …
After a year of hard effort, The Petrus Community Store will be opening for business in the first week of December 2013.
The store is located in Hamer Lane, Rochdale.
Initially the store will be Open Wednesday to Saturday, 10.00 am - 3.00 pm
We've had fantastic support in developing the store from community groups, from individuals and from Rochdale Council officers and councillors. In particular the Rotary Club of Rochdale to arranged a couple of days to help us out but they just keep on coming and doing amazing work …
Petrus is looking for volunteers to work at its Community Store in Hamer.
» Please see the attached leaflet for details…
Staff and volunteers from Rochdale-based charity the Petrus Community revved up for a masterclass in using garden powertools.
The team from M&Y - the repairs and maintenance arm of leading North West housing group, Regenda - spent the day at Petrus's Green Gym in Besiwcke Royds Street.
Petrus, which provides a range of servic …
A fresh start at UniValet - and free car cleaning for two lucky customers!
The UniValet service has a new clean and gleam team, who will keep your vehicles shiny across the summer months.
Derrick, David and Mark had been long-term unemployed, but had demonstrated their commitment to getting back into work by attending a pre-emplo …
An exhibition of paintings at Number Ten Gallery, Baillie Street, Rochdale by Colin Fielding, Lorraine Dewhirst & Colin Gilbert
With Special Guest Walter Kershaw
29th June 2013 - 26th July 2013
Preview night 28th June 2013 at 7.00pm< …
Picture: Denis Skelton, Petrus co-ordinator is presented with a cheque donation from David Smithard, President of the Rotary Club of Rochdale
A generous donation of £1,500 has been made by the Rotary Club of Rochdale will be put towards the development of Petrus' social enterprises, which include the Petrus Community Sto …
To read about Petrus work with volunteers, Step Up Rochdale, Long Street supporters group, the Petrus AGM and issues around welfare reform, download the May 2013 issue of Petrus News…
On Wednesday 16th May the Petrus Community launched our BHealthy project. BHealthy’s aim is to support individuals to engage with health services and for their health and quality of life to improve.
The event, held at Petrus Hub, was attended by around forty people. Those attendees were Petrus service users, the new BHealthy volunteers a …
Petrus is looking to recruit a number of volunteers from the community for its BHealthy project, the Step up Rochdale Lodgings scheme, its Green Gym gardening project and for the upcoming Petrus Store.
- For more details see our Jobs/Volunteers page
On Tuesday 26 March, Petrus held an introductory session for our new volunteer opportunities.
Deputy co-ordinator Phil Foster welcomed everyone and then the 4 Petrus staff responsible explained the new developments at Petrus.
Potential volunteers were made aware of BHealthy, Green Gym, Petrus People and the Community Store and the …
Rochdale is one of 22 communities to benefit from a grant to help ensure that no-one spends a second night on the street.
12 people are estimated to be sleeping rough on any one night in Rochdale.
Local charity Petrus, in partnership with the Bond Board, has been awarded £199,108 to help Rochdale get rough sleepers off the streets, into secure accommodation and back on track.
The funding follows the launch of Streetlink, a new hotline and website which enables concerned membe …
These are exciting times for Petrus Community. In the last couple of months Petrus has been undergoing some dramatic changes - all to the good. We have received funding from the Homeless Transition Fund, from the Health and Social Care Volunteer Fund and from the local NHS Clinical Commissioning Group to help us with our work as follows:
- Step up Rochdale - No Second Night Out (see press release) - in partnership with the Bond Board
- Step up Rochdale - BHealthy project - developing a volunteering project to work with …
In the Spring Petrus will be expanding our two main projects based on service users developing gardening skills and making a positive contribution to the local community.…
The Grow Together project is run in partnership with Groundwork who have been running groups developing skills for Petrus service users. The Grow Together group have built bird boxes and bird tables, planted seeds and flowers and learnt how to maintain gardens.…
The Green Gym will soon be involving Petrus service users in developing our hanging basket social enterprise project and are working with local elderly people and those with a mobility issue to tidy up and do basic maintenance jobs in their gardens.…
Petrus UniValet car cleaning service, operated in partnership with Manchester University, was officially launched on 1st November 2012 by Dame Nancy Rothwell, Vice-Chancellor and President of Manchester University. The purpose of this new social enterprise is to help people back into the job market and potentially into employment at Manchester U …
Petrus staff took part in the Christies annual 100k Manchester Bike Ride in September.
For the Rochdale Observer report please click here.
Download our September newsletter here: Petrus Newsletter - September 2012…
A group of 16 service users attended the 3rd homeless games held at Waverly sports centre in Liverpool. Activities included football, cricket, tennis, table tennis, darts, badminton, cycling, swimming, along with less strenuous activities such as board games, art workshops and computer sessions. On the day service users also had the chance to see a team of dentists, opticians and various beauty therapists. Food was provided throughout the day and all in all in was very well organised.
Although Petrus may not have won many gold medals …
Download our April newsletter here: Petrus Newsletter - April 2012…
The Petrus Community, which supports local homeless people, has secured a one-off grant of nearly £1,500 to develop a gardening project at their Beswicke Royds Street supported housing scheme.
The funding was awarded by the Rochdale Township Committee and The Regenda Group to create a 'Green Gym' which will include a greenhouse, hor …
Bernard Gallagher, Lynda Robinson,
Simon Danczuk and Jim Dobbin
by the opening plaque
Everybody gets hands-on
with the hanging baskets
In June Petrus closed its project at River Street and relocated to 90 Beswicke Royds Street. The official opening ceremony of the new project took place on 4th November 2011. Bernard Gallagher, C.E.O of the Regenda Group, the developers of the property, officiated and during his speech reflected on the long standing relationship Regenda has had with Petrus. The event was filmed by Petrus and …
The re-launch of the Women's Intervention Project event on Monday 7 November was attended by over 65 people from various different agencies from around the borough. There was an awards ceremony for all the women who had completed various workshops who were presented with a certificate of recognition for their hard work. The presentation by Emily Lamb (Magistrate and Board Member of the Greater Manchester probation service).
The Women's Intervention Project is a partnership between Petrus and the Probation Service. It is an environment …
On the 1st June 2011 Petrus Hub decided to hold an event to mark national volunteer week. All of our volunteers were presented with certificates from Iram Taj (CVS Volunteer Centre Manager)
The afternoon was a real success and we will continue to recognise the work that our volunteers do to continue us to support service users.
Service users at The Hub IT group have put together a magazine that expresses something about the issues they've had to deal with while helping them to learn new skills at the same time. Have a look for yourself at what they've done:
- Download the IT Hub Group Magazine
Philip Foster – Deputy Coordinator…
Petrus Trustees have decided to rename the Day Centre. From now on it will be known as the Petrus Hub.
The change reflects how the project has become a proactive service provider to Petrus and other homelessness services in the Borough, running a range of services including the Roughsleeper and Outreach services, training and individual …
Petrus held its 3rd annual sponsored walk around Hollingworth Lake on Saturday 11 September, to raise money which will go towards the provision of services for homeless people in Rochdale.
Among the 30 Petrus supporters who took part in the sponsored walk were Councillors. Daalat Ali and Rosemary Jones. Simon Danczuk MP also attended to s …
Councillor Keith Swift, The Cabinet Member for Skills and Economic Recovery, visited the Day Centre on 25 August. He spent a couple of hours with a large number of Petrus service users at one of the Cook and Eat groups organised at the Day Centre. Councillor Swift clearly enjoyed his time with the service users and at the end was able to sit dow …
We've now put together the feedback we've had from the recent consultations we've had with service users about Petrus. You can see a copy of the feedback by downloading this document:
- Summary of Feedback
Philip Foster – Deputy Coordinator…
Peter Galvin, Petrus Trustee, recently accepted a cheque for £500 from Dr Elvet Smith, Chair of the Rotary Club of Rochdale. Altogether, the Rotary Club has raised £1,500 this year for Petrus. Thanks to all who have been involved in this effort on our behalf.…
Petrus is seeking to recruit volunteers to assist in our Day Centre kitchen, particularly in the preparation of breakfast food. Help is needed Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 10.30am.
» more information...
We've been consulting with service users through May about support planning and assessments, health and safety, safeguarding and protection from abuse, fair access and diversity and service user empowerment. We held a pilot consultation at Craig Lee early in May and on 24 May had a large consultation event at the Day Centre. Twenty five service users attended from all over Petrus and the event was a great success. We'll be working on consulting with more service users throughout June - please tell us what you think!
Petrus has secured £10,000 from the Rochdale's Health & Wellbeing Fund to deliver health related workshops and activities over the next year.
The workshops and activities will be run from our Day Centre and will include arts & crafts, cooking, keep fit, smoking cessation, a walking group, swimming and much much more.
The activities and workshops will be open to people living in the Borough of Rochdale who are in supported housing, people without any accommodation and those who have their own tenancy but need suppo …
On 17 June, Petrus had an evening event aimed at recruiting new trustees. Lynda Robinson, Chair of Petrus, introduced the proceedings. Chris Blackwell, a founder member of Petrus, spoke about how and why petrus was established. Finally, Pat Culkin talked about the responsibilities and duties of a trustee. The event was well attended and was hop …
The Roughsleeper service had a verification visit recently by the Rochdale Supporting People team, looking at our assessment and support planning processes. We're happy to say that the assessment was a very positive one and overall awarded a level A. This reflects the high value we place working to engage service users effectively and on working in partnership with relevent agencies in and around Rochdale. At the same time we were pleased to hear that the contract for the service has been extended until next March. Congratulations to Sue, Ch …
Last week a number of service users from Greave and Cheviot took up the offer of a free makeover from Jamilla Pauls. Food was provided and as you can see from the photos, everybody had a great time. Our thanks to the staff at Jamilla Pauls for their efforts - they were greatly appreciated.
Sonia Rothwell - Project Leader - Greave - March …
You can read more about Andy's success by following these links.
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We're looking to organise a series of events for staff/service users to take place perhaps on a monthly basis, around bringing in groups relevant to the theme of diversity. The idea is to be as diverse about hearing from diverse groups as we can!
We'll be looking to build a programme and are looking for any ideas staff or service users might have about groups we might contact for this. The list of kinds of groups is practically endless - any groups addressing needs around gender, ethnicity, sexuality, health, age, belief etc is poten …
In the course of 2010 we will be working to achieve a top assessment in the Quality Assurance Framework (QAF). As some of you will know, the QAF is the way we prove to our main funder, Rochdale Council Supporting People, that we provide a good service. To achieve our aim, we will be trying to find out what you think about what we do and how we might improve things. You'll be hearing a lot more about this over the coming months but for now I'll be sending you a list of the key areas we'll be wanting to hear from you about. You can download TH …
Petrus has recently received a substantial donation from The Rotary Club. You can read more by following this link.
For more information please follow the link: www.rochdaleonline.co.uk.
The Petrus Roughsleepers project was commissioned for one year in September 2008 by Rochdale Supporting People in partnership with Rochdale MBC Homelessness. It's aim was to address issues relating to rough sleeping in the Borough. Petrus started the contract in mid-September 2008. In September 2009 the service was extended for a further year.
You can read more about the service's successful first year in this report.…
Service users at the Day Centre planned a retail enterpise recently - running a Table Top Sale on the first Friday in December. The event was not only jointly planned by service users and staff at the Day Centre, it also included products - Christmas cards, clothing and cakes which had been made by service users as a result of their involvement …
The way Petrus has developed Trainee posts on the Roughsleeper Project for people who have previosuly experienced homelessness has been used by Thamesreach as a case study to promote service user employment nationally.
For more information please follow the link: www.thamesreach.org.uk
Petrus held a Community Day at Castlemere Community Centre on 25 October 2009 which was attended by more than 100 service users, staff and trustees.
Amongst other activities, service users from Falinge Road and Ruth House put on a fashion show and staff from Long Street did a much appreciated presentation of cooking. There was a stall of …
A sponsored walk around Hollingworth Lake on September 5th in aid of the work of the Petrus, is hoped to have raised around £1,000, which will go towards the provision of services and activities at Petrus' day centre service. The Mayor and Mayoress, Councillor Keith Swift and Suzanne Etchells, supported the event. 30 members and supporters of Pe …
» More details... (Rochdale Observer)…
Steve has been coming into the day centre for many months getting help and support off staff in completing job application forms as English is not his first language. Staff supported him in completing over ten job application forms. Steve kept on trying with help and support from the Day Centre staff. He managed to stay positive and enthusiastic in the hope of finding a job. Whist he was looking for a job he got involved in day centre activities which give him skills of budgeting/cooking/health and safety and most recently workshops around l …
Nigel was a regular visitor to Petrus Day Centre accessing various group activities and support until a change of events brought him problems. Living on his own, Nigel became a target for local youths where he lived. This caused a severe breakdown in his mental health. As a result he was taken in to hospital. He then lost his tenancy.
With the help of the Day Centre, Outreach and Petrus Floating Support staff Nigel was visited regularly in hospital to offer him different forms of support.
From hospital, Petrus staff helped Ni …
In late February a trip was organised to go and watch a football match at Gigg Lane in Bury. The match was FC United v Buxton. We were kindly given some free tickets and everyone said they really enjoyed the day out. Nine people attended including 2 staff members.
"There was a good turnout for the match, it was a game of 2 halves as they say and everyone enjoyed the day, the game ended 1-1 and most people said they would go again", said Patrick from floating support.
The next meeting of the Floating Support Service User meeti …
Ruth, who's been at Falinge Road for seven months has said, 'Since coming to Petrus, due to the support from the staff, I've had help around my drug use. I'm now using less frequently. I've also had help with budgeting. I no longer spend all my money on drugs. With staff support I've got in contact with Green Volunteers in Rochdale which has given me a sense of putting something abck into the community.
Another resident from Falinge has said,'Since living at Falinge Road, I've started attending the Cook and Eat group at the Day Centr …
When Petrus Roughsleepers service began to work with M, he was sleeping rough in derelict buildings that were unsafe and due to be demolished. He had been living rough on and off for a number of years and also had a heroin and crack cocaine addiction. Six months down the line M is now in long term supported accommodation and is turning his life around. He's attending Adelaide drug clinic for treatment and has remained drug free. He is doing so well in his supported accommodation that his support needs are now assessed as low and he's looking …
Robert currently a resident at Greave House recently applied to the Kingsway project to do some of their courses. These included Health and Safety, Manual Handling, Food Hygiene and First Aid Awareness.
In the past Robert had difficulty attending courses for various reasons, sometimes forgetting the date or time. To combat this Robert purchased a calendar and alarm clock to remind him when the courses were happening This was a great success. He completed all the training and is now waiting for his certificates to arrive.
- Zen boss and staff to sleep out for homelessness charity Petrus Community
- Petrus Community Newsletter - January 2017
- Positive start to the new year for Rochdale homelessness charity
- Hidden Tales
- Tesco's Bags of Help initiative
- Petrus Community Newsletter - Autumn 2016
- Petrus becomes part of the Regenda Group
- Hidden Rochdale - 21 June 2016
- Mayor praises Rochdale community project for its work with women offenders
- Art Volunteers Needed
- National Wildlife Centre Visit
- Petrus Community Newsletter - May 2016
- Celebrating The Completion Of Greave House Building Works
- Petrus Sleep Out 2016 - April 22nd
- Petrus Community Newsletter - February 2016
- Happy Birthday To Our Store!
- Cartwheel Arts Scribble Festival
- Petrus Community Autumn Newsletter
- P.I.E.R. Newsletter - issue 67
- P.I.E.R. allotment activity day
- Pictures from the PIER allotment 'Dig It' launch event
- Gallery 10 organised a fund raising for Petrus
- Rochdale Catenians Raise Funds for The Petrus Community
- PIER allotment 'Dig It' launch event
- Fundraising for Petrus
- A new name for Green Gym - Petrus Incredible Edible Rochdale
- Petrus News - Pre-election Edition 2015
- Green Gym Volunteers Meetings
- Petrus News - February Edition 2015
- Press Release - No Second Night Out Project
- Hidden Homelessness
- Petrus People open new Community Store in Smallbridge
- Petrus celebrate the achievements of its volunteers at awards ceremony
- Petrus People Community Store – happy first birthday
- Bond Board and the Petrus Community Partnership Agreement
- Food When - a recipe for success
- Petrus News - Autumn 2013
- Church Action on Poverty and Christian Aid Study
- Petrus Community Store: September 2014
- SEPTEMBER FUNDRAISER FOR PETRUS
- Petrus Community Grand Raffle
- St Cuthbert's RC High School Fundraiser
- PETRUS visits INCREDIBLE EDIBLE
- Homelessness Debate in Parliament
- Petrus Films
- The Petrus Community Store Opens
- Hamer Community Store - Volunteers Needed
- Green-fingered Visit for Team at Homeless Charity
- A fresh start at UniValet - and free car cleaning for two lucky customers!
- Rochdale Artists Support the Petrus Community
- Rotary Club of Rochdale
- Petrus Newsletter - May 2013
- BHealthy Launch Day
- Volunteer recruitment session - 9 April 2013
- Volunteer introductory session - 26 March 2013
- ROCHDALE AWARDED NEW FUNDING TO HELP END ROUGH SLEEPING
- Press Release - March 2013
- Gardening with Petrus
- Grow Together
- Green Gym
- Launch of UniValet
- 100k Manchester Bike Ride
- Petrus Newsletter - September 2012
- Homeless Games in Liverpool 6th & 7th September 2012
- Petrus Newsletter - April 2012
- Green Gym Helps Community to Blossom
- Beswicke Royds Street Official Opening
- Petrus and Rochdale Probation Service - Women's Intervention Project re-launch
- Volunteer Awards - National Volunteer Week
- The Hub IT Group Magazine
- What's in a name?
- 3rd annual sponsored walk around Hollingworth Lake
- Rochdale MBC Cabinet Member Visits the Day Centre
- Service Users Consultation Feedback
- Rotary Club of Rochdale Donations
- Volunteers Needed
- Service Users Consultation
- PETRUS DAY CENTRE - NEW ACTIVITIES & WORKSHOPS
- Petrus Trustee Recruitment
- Successful Assessment of the Roughsleeper Service
- Free Makovers!
- Andy Whitaker
- Falinge women learn to build with the Jericho Project.
- Ideas Wanted for Diversity Events
- Petrus Service Users - We Want Your Views!
- The Rotary Club Donation
- Petrus Roughsleepers Project - First Year Report
- Table Top Sale
- Petrus Trainee Development used as a National Case Study
- Petrus Community Day
- Petrus welcomes Pat Culkin
- Sponsored Walk
- Christmas Cards by Belly Button
- Long Street Take Female Referrals
- Nicki Pilkington
- Tasty new menu is on offer to homeless
- Good News at the Day Centre
- Day Centre Service User housed
- Floating Support football match
- Falinge Road service users getting out and about
- Service user forum for Roughsleepers service
- Getting training for Robert at Greave
- New referral system
- Supporting People review of single homelessness
- Visit by Council Portfolio Holder for Vulnerable Adults
- Day Centre Re-launch
- Spark Funding
Petrus Community is a limited company for charitable purposes.
Director: L Robinson. Registered Charity Number: 510904. Limited Company Number: 1523836 (Registered in Cardiff).