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The Wallich - Wales' leading homelessness and rough sleeping charity - says the "alarming" figures have shown that last month, it was helping 28 people each day who were sleeping rough.
In order to prevent street homelessness, an outreach service goes out seven days a week to look for people who are asleep on the streets or who look as if they have been sleeping rough.
The count is a point in time survey that aims to monitor the number of people sleeping rough in the Adelaide inner city area.
Mr Doyle insisted more people sleeping rough may lose their lives unless action is not taken.
Marc Greenwood (left) and James Howard, of Yorkshire Payments, were among those sleeping rough for one night to support homelessness |charity Simon on the Streets 62022275
His home address was Hutton Drive in the city but police said he had been sleeping rough near a bridge at Carlton Place.
Across the West Midlands 300 people are thought to be sleeping rough - the third highest rate in the country.
A man who was killed while sleeping rough in a Dublin park had approximately [pounds sterling]107,000 in a bank account after selling a property eight years ago.
The Wakestock "waste" will be cleaned and stored at one of three homeless hostels managed by NWH and redistributed as part of a Winter Pack given to those sleeping rough.
Summary: Police are investigating the death of a young documentary maker who was sleeping rough for a project.
I really think it is outrageous that anybody should be sleeping rough in 2013.
THE cold weather has been causing extra problems for those sleeping rough in the city.