We all know Linden Grove now as a 24-bed, CQC-regulated community detox hostel – with a beautiful airy dining-room, library, gym, counselling rooms and offices. But it was not always so. In fact, it was a big old house and a separate, disused church hall. In 2006-7, with the help of CRASH, the building industry’s charity for the homeless, it was transformed into the building we know today. Thank you, CRASH!


How Linden Grove was transformed: CRASH


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