Homelessness in Bournemouth


According to Oliver McManus 14 million people in the United Kingdom are poor, and the national problem is affecting Bournemouth as well. In-work poverty and senior income deprivation are both on the rise in the area, with nearly one in every four children living in poverty. End Child Poverty research found that over 11,000 children in Bournemouth were poor, accounting for 27.5 percent of the population. Eight local authority areas had rates that were greater than the national average, with Boscombe West being the hardest hit. Midland Living, being a help provider company has 85 serving rooms in Bournemouth. Moreover, contains 15-20 houses in this city for those people who are in need.

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