Colourful Terraced Houses

Do you have a property sitting empty? Plymouth City Council is on the lookout for properties to rent. 

Accommodation offers in Plymouth are being directed to PATH. PCC are really grateful for people who have told them that they have a spare room or two but they are really looking for landlords who can let entire properties to families. If this is you, please email:

item DONATIONS ARE Currently on hold due to the overwhelming support of our ocean city

This will give our volunteer team time to sort, box and label the current donations. Thank you for the support, if other items are needed please keep an eye out for our updates,
via Facebook and our website.

Once again we ask Plymouth and the surrounding areas to come together and support our future residents from Afghanistan.

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As you may be aware the UK government has pledged to home 20,000 Afghan citizens over the next few years. Plymouth city will welcome and help relocate citizens who worked with British Forces in Afghanistan.
The scheme is called; the Afghan Relocation and Assistance Policy.

On a daily basis, The ARC receives donations of clothes, crockery, cutlery, pots, pans and other basic bits to help the people of Plymouth who need help. However, now we need your help more than ever. 

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Do you have any basic living items that you can donate?

  • Adults clothing & shoes

  • Children's clothing & shoe

  • Warm coats, scarves, hats and gloves

  • Bedding, particularly sleeping bags

  • Towels

  • Strong bag/rucksacks

  • Pots/Pans

  • Plastic lightweight plates, bowls and cups​

  • Cutlery

  • Everyday toiletries, including dental

  • Sanitary products

  • Nappies and wipes

  • Hygiene products

  • Smartphones and chargers

Please note: We cannot take toys or electrical goods (bar mobiles), thank you

The ARC at 27 Burrington Way, Plymouth, PL5 3LR shall be working in collaboration with Plymouth City Council, local causes, charities and community groups. 

"I have personally worked alongside citizens of the middle east and without a shadow of a doubt, they saved us from many firefights, they helped to gain local information and win the trust of people who truly wanted to make a better more equal country, with the vision to pass a fairer world to their children. However, that didn't come without a price, many left big towns and cities to help the British, many of whom could not return home because of their decision. They were cleaners, drivers, security guards, hearts and mind teams, translators, you name it, they helped. The people I worked with would put themselves between me and damage, often pushing me out of the way to stand in front, they would give me their last meal. It is because of this I will do anything I can to help them, as they help provide the West with security over the past 20 years". Thank you all for your service.
Carl Williams 27 Reg.