Welcome to The Beacon Project


The Beacon is a Day Centre which gives support to the homeless, excluded and marginalized in Mansfield.


We are a voluntary organisation and are entirely reliant on donations, grants and gifts of food.


The Beacon Project began in St. Johns Church, Mansfield, when five homeless people came into our church for tea and toast. We now have a dedicated building and serve and care for up to forty people on a regular basis.


We are committed to caring for the spiritual, physical, mental, social and emotional well being of all people who come to the Beacon centre for help.


We aim to provide a welcoming and safe place where people can get a hot meal, clean clothes and access to toilet and shower facilities. We have a health practitioner who runs a drop in session once a week and representatives from Framework and Mansfield council who can offer support  with finding accommodation and applying for benefits.



BEACON OPENING TIMES


Tuesdays : 12-1.30pm



Hot Meals & Drinks


Fridays: 12-1.30pm


Hot Meals & Drinks and Food/clothes parcels 


(Please note last entry into the Beacon project
is at 1pm)


We are also open between 10am and 2pm on Tuesdays and Fridays to accept donations, please see our donations page for more information.



Beacon Weekend Vouchers (December - March)


Over the winter months the Beacon provide vouchers to rough sleepers  so they can get a meal from Greggs over the weekend when The Beacon is closed


Those eligible are able to access food from Greggs Bakery on St Peters Retail Park in Mansfield at a time to suit them anytime Saturday or Sunday.


For information please contact Lynne Cooper via the Beacon Centre.