News – April 2010

A still from Cathy Come Home

Tribute to Tony Imi 

27 April 2010

Tony Imi, the cinematographer of Ken Loach's 1966 drama Cathy Come Home and a contributor to Shelter's recent 'Trapped' film, has died, aged 72.

Marathon runners

Thanks to our marathon runners 

26 April 2010

241 runners took on the challenge of the London Marathon for Shelter on Sunday 15 April to raise a phenomenal £450,000 for our work with homeless and badly housed people.

George Clarke

Architect in the House returns! 

19 April 2010

Shelter and the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) have launched Architect in the House, an innovative scheme that matches homeowners with an RIBA chartered architect for a consultation in exchange for a donation of £40 to Shelter.

Houses of Parliament

Great news for private tenants 

08 April 2010

Shelter has warmly welcomed the Mortgage Repossessions (Protection of Tenants) Act, which was passed into law today. It will offer protection to tenants who face eviction with no warning when their landlord's property is repossessed.

Street art

Colourful support from street artists 

26 March 2010

A festival celebrating street art and graffiti in Brighton on Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 May will be raising funds and awareness for Shelter this year.

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