Take a look into the work of Bideford Town Councillor Kaye Corfe and the hard work that she does to try and combat homelessness in our Bideford Town.

The first episode entitled 'No Place to Call Home' follows Kaye, a rough sleeper outreach worker, as well as 24-year-old Harry, who lives with eight people in supported accomodation.

The episode opens with Kaye speaking to an alcoholic woman with mental health problems who has been found sleeping in a graveyard.

Kaye tells the programme that North Devon has one of the highest rates of youth homelessness in the UK.

She says that in her seven years in the job she has seen 14 people die, the youngest being just 23, and that many of the facilities needed to support homeless people "just don't exist" in North Devon.

People’s Assembly Northam 28th November 2019

By Carl Hawkins | December 29, 2019

How Can we Make Vibrant Local Communities? 1. Is our vote worthwhile? (Jon) Our group was small (2 people), which perhaps reflects the fatigue and distrust of the political system at the moment. There’s been overkill and people are fed up. We have never felt really represented by candidate MPs and have never felt sure … Read more


By Carl Hawkins | December 11, 2019

Come along and enjoy a festival of creativity, activities and stalls for the festive season at the Northam Community Centre in Northam on Saturday December 21st from 11am onwards. Lots of table top goods, local food and produce, Crafts, Christmassy workshops and community information tables to enjoy, something for everyone and family friendly so bring … Read more

Northam Community Encounters Collaboratory

By Carl Hawkins | November 5, 2019

‘A cross-community space where we can all come together and re-imagine a more connected sustainable future’.  If we are to transition to a more participatory and connected form of community life and governance, we need to prepare the ground to unleash a whole new energy and readiness to do things in a different way. What … Read more

Community Forum

Welcome to TCG, this website is new and we have lots of information to put up here, so over time we will progress with the updates, for the moment please don't hesitate to pop over to our new forum area and register yourself an account, once you have registered you can start to help us create a greater community forum that helps us all.

Important This site makes use of cookies which may contain tracking information about visitors. By continuing to browse this site you agree to our use of cookies.