Category: Monthly Reports

March Report

Here’s our report on everything that’s been happening at the Hub in March 2017.  We’ve seen nearly 200 people access the Hub for various reasons, and again, we’re noticing a sharp increase in people needing emergency food and clothes. For more »

February 2017 Report

Our February Report shows a slight decline in footfall – we put this down to February being a short month, plus we closed the Hub for a few days for the refurbishment, and the Coordinator had a few days annual more »

January 2017 Report

Feeling a bit deflated after Christmas, we started quite quiet at the start of January, but it soon picked up!!  We also were privileged to host a Peer Support Open Space Event, where local organisations and service users discussed the more »

December 2016 Report

It was really busy in December – we were assisting lots of Christmas schemes, designed to help anyone who was vulnerable over the festive period. If you have any enquiries about our stats, please contact Katie, Advice and Information Coordinator.

November 2016 Report

Here’s our November 2016 Report – we had a visit from Alex Rowley MSP, and we made excellent progress with our Working Groups. If you have any enquiries regarding our Stats, please contact Katie Thomson, Advice and Information Coordinator.

October 2016 Report

We had lots going on this month – Douglas Chapman MP popped in for a chat, and we assisted lots of community schemes in the October Holidays. If you have any questions about our reports, contact Katie Thomson, Advice and more »

September 2016 Report

This is our first full month of data, since changing our method last month. We’re seeing quite a number of different issues, but mainly people are just struggling to make ends meet. If you have any enquiries about our reports, more »

Evaluation and Monitoring

Gathering statistics and making reports is a crucial part of what the Hub does.  Not only do we need to report our successes, we need to reflect, adapt and improve after our failures. Because the Hub is sometimes the first service more »