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Welcome To St Petrock’s

St Petrock’s is an Exeter-based charity helping people who are homeless, or vulnerably housed, lead more settled and fulfilling lives. From our resource centre, in Cathedral Yard, we provide services that are accessible and flexible and can respond rapidly to people in crisis. As a result, much of our work involves providing emergency advice and housing support. 

Find out more about what we do and how you can get involved above.

Latest News

South West Day Services Forum

​Homeless Link will be providing a free good practice forum, an opportunity to network and share good practice… 

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Record Client Numbers

​We have regularly been reporting an increase in the number of people seeking our services and that our… 

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Sleeping bags and men’s socks request

​With client numbers now up to 68 a day, we've very nearly run out of socks and sleeping… 

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River Cottage Lunches

​Last Thursday saw the start of donated meals from River Cottage, forming part of our lunch service to… 

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Charity Concert in Exeter April 26th

​A  concert of light classical music will be performed by the Newton Abbot Orchestra, in support of St… 

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Shower-room Refurbishment

​Thanks to a successful bid to CRASH charity for £6k, we are now able to refurbish our client… 

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WANTED 1 & 2 bedroom flats

We are looking for landlords/letting agents in Exeter, East and Mid Devon interested in working with us. To-date our Rent and Support Service has successfully accommodated 39 individuals in the local area and we have more people waiting for suitable accommodation. Our Rent and Support service acts as a broker between people who are homeless and local landlords, as a guarantor to reduce the financial risk to landlords and connects clients with local service providers.

If you are a landlord and would like to learn more about the benefits of working with our Rent and Support Service, please contact Shiralee Callander on 01392 422396 or use our contact form.