This Army HIVE is open for visitors. An appointment system is in place so before your visit please email or phone the HIVE to book one. Please also ensure that ‘Hands, Face, Space’ is adhered to within the HIVE building and office to protect all visitors and staff. Alternatively our staff are available to answer your queries by email and telephone during the advertised office hours.

If you want to ensure that you receive the very latest information including official Army policy and guidance plus local insights, please contact the HIVE to be added to our distribution list for regular email updates. We abide by the Data Protection Act and you can withdraw your permission to receive our emails at any time.

Please also see HIVE’s other social media platforms: www.facebook.com/ArmyHIVE and Army HIVE Twitter @ArmyHIVEinfo

Friday, 8 January 2021

Dogs Trust-Hope Project During Covid

Since the UK first went into lockdown in March, rough sleepers and other people experiencing homelessness have been accommodated in hotels and emergency housing so they can adhere to Government guidance on isolation and hygiene. However, many of these accommodations are unable to accept dogs. For homeless dog-owners, their dog is their main companion, so they’re unlikely to move into alternative accommodation if this means giving up their beloved pet.

Our Hope Project has continued to operate throughout lockdown. And we’ve adapted our Welcoming Dogs scheme to make sure we can provide ongoing support and guidance to hotels and homelessness services on accepting and managing dogs.

For more information or to contact the Hope Project team directly, please visit www.dogstrusthopeproject.org.uk or email hopeproject@dogstrust.org.uk. 

 

We can offer: 

  • Tailored advice, by telephone or video call, about accepting and managing dogs. 
  • Emergency dog food and essential items like collars, leads, toys and bedding, which can be delivered directly to you. 
  • Free emergency vet care for any dogs should they become unwell, as well as transportation to the vet practice 
  • Temporary private boarding for dogs belonging to homeless people if they need to access hospital treatment.