Royal Support for our Partners

The success of Vincent House enables us to partner charities and social organisations working with vulnerable people and we are always pleased to see the results they achieve through their activities.  One of our partners Langley House Trust, which includes Kainos Community and provides tailored support, care and advice as well as accommodation to help […]

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LANGLEY HOUSE TRUST 60th ANNIVERSARY

HAPPY 60th ANNIVERSARY LANGLEY HOUSE TRUST We were delighted to congratulate our partners Langley House Trust on their 60th anniversary, which they celebrated with a special and uplifting thanksgiving service at Christ Church, Spitalfields. Langley offer accommodation and support to men and women on their release from prison to help them live crime-free, including at […]

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FOLLOW THE MONEY!

WHERE DOES YOUR MONEY GO? Charity Bank is taking a lead in challenging businesses, charities and individuals to ask themselves “where does your money go?” and to move their savings to an ethical home where they can be sure it is doing good. Vincent Housing Association has been a depositor with the Bank since shortly […]

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MURIEL MURAL at THE ART HOUSE

Watch this fun time-lapse video of Pete Mckee painting Muriel a mural on the wall of The Art House in Sheffield, a project we helped finance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6SHLm2SP1g Pete McKee is a painter and commercial artist from Sheffield, England as well as a cartoonist for the Sheffield Telegraph’s sports section. He has exhibited regularly around the […]

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Let’s Share

Residents Enjoy Themselves At the Vincent House Annual Summer Party

  Let’s Share Living in ‘shared accommodation’ might trigger images of student digs or being a lodger in a house owned by a live-in landlord (or landlady!), but another more appealing option is a ‘residence’ where you have your own private room with an en-suite bathroom but share facilities and services. It may sound a […]

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Celebrating Inspirational Women

Vincent House in 1939

As we commemorate 100 years since the Act giving some women the vote in 1918, it is incredible to recall that in the very early years of the 20th Century, a woman, Evelyn Hopkinson, was leading the development of two residential houses for women, Hopkinson House and Brabazon House, both in Westminster.  Then, in the […]

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Review of the Years 2016/17

It’s the start of 2018 and , as well as wishing you a HAPPY NEW YEAR, we want to let you know we have just published our Review of the years 2016/17! It features highlights from the reports presented by Rory Silkin (VHA’s Chairman) and Richard Tomkins (General Manager, Vincent House) at the Annual General Meeting […]

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The Big Sleep Out 2017

Every One Deserves A Home The Big Sleep Out is an annual event organised by Trinity Homeless (one of Vincent Housing Association’s partners – see more below) which sees a wide range of people of all ages and from all walks of life come together to ‘sleep rough’ in a cardboard box for just one […]

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ART: A Route to Resettlement

Art Works with Vincent House

As a business with a social purpose that has used some of its surplus to help facilitate projects providing support to ex-offenders when they leave prison, we are always interested to follow what is happening in the justice system. During the summer the latest Justice Secretary, David Lidington wrote a thought provoking article on prison […]

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September, a Time of Change

September is usually a busy month as people return from their summer vacations.  The changes in London are easy to spot as the trees that line many streets and adorn many gardens start to turn colour and there are more people out and about and in the shops.  The trend builds throughout the Autumn with […]

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