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Anyone who does find any items or believes someone has been living rough on or near their property, the advice is not to touch or disturb them.
They are either homeless and living rough on the streets or are 'sofa surfers' - bedding down in the living rooms of friends and family as they have nowhere else to sleep.
At this stage it would appear that the man has been living rough in a tent.
In the mid '70s, the composer Gavin Bryars came upon a recording of a song sung by an old tramp living rough in London: "Jesus' blood never failed me yet/Never failed me yet;/There's one thing I know,/For he loves me so.
Fenton, 38, told kind locals he began living rough after returning from the Iraq war to find his wife in bed with another man.
A COUPLE living rough at Heathrow after losing their home have received PS4,000 from well-wishers.
Swansea: Return to the Streets is back on our screens on BBC 1 Wales tomorrow for the third in a series of hard-hitting looks at the often alcohol and drug-affected lives of those without a roof over their heads, focusing on those living rough in Swansea's doorways, alleyways and underpasses.
A COCAINE addict living rough in the Wrexham area has been jailed for three years and four months after a court heard he burgled the home of an 81-year-old woman.
Thomson, 33, told Perth Sheriff Court he had been living rough and wanted to hand himself in to police so they would let him sleep in a cell overnight.
This is another shambles and will probably double the numbers of people living rough.
Lowes Financial Management, based in Jesmond, Newcastle, has given the People's Kitchen a donation to purchase sleeping bags for those living rough on the streets over the winter period.
The St Basils organisation works with young people aged 16 to 25 who are homeless or at risk of living rough.